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3 Anaheim Schools Temporarily Placed on Lockdown After Threats Made by Phone

Three schools in Anaheim were placed on lockdown Friday morning after the campuses received threatening phone calls, authorities said.

The Anaheim Police Department posted on Twitter shortly after 9 a.m. that it had received information regarding potential threats to several schools in north Orange County, including three in Anaheim and one in a neighboring city.

“Threats do not appear to be credible,” the department stated, adding that officers were on the campuses.

A police representative declined to say which schools were affected. The nature of the threats was not immediately clear.

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