FBI investigating multiple non-credible school threats in West Palm Beach, according to the school district

FBI investigating multiple non-credible school threats in West Palm Beach, according to the school district
(Source: WPTV)

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — West Palm Beach police are investigating several threats that were phoned in to at least five schools on Thursday.

Police said all the threats are non-credible and no students or faculty are in danger.

The Palm Beach County School District said Forest Hill High School is currently on a code yellow lockdown, meaning no one can enter or leave any buildings, but classes are in session as normal.

Earlier on Thursday, the Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts, Palm Beach Lakes High School, Cardinal Newman High School, and Worthington High School all received threats, but they were deemed non-credible and the lockdowns were lifted.

Anyone with information about any of the threats is urged to call the West Palm Beach Police Department at 561-822-1900.

Elsewhere in South Florida, the Miami-Dade Police Department said one person is in custody following a hoax bomb threat at Miami Northwestern Senior High School on Thursday.

Pembroke Pines Charter High School in Broward County also received threats on Thursday, but police have determined those to be non-credible as well.

This is a developing story. Stay with FOX 29 for updates.

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