Baldwin H.S. precautionary measures lifted after threat

Baldwin High School officials took precautionary measures after a threat message was received this afternoon. Police investigated the situation while no one was let in

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BALDWIN - Baldwin High School officials took precautionary measures after a threat message was received this afternoon.

According to reports, police said a message was written on a bathroom wall threatening a shooting.

Baldwin School District confirmed that the 'shelter in place' measures has been lifted.

Police investigated the situation while no one was let in or out of the high school or the adjacent Brookside Elementary School.

Students were allowed to move around the building as usual.

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