Lockout At 4 Schools Caused By 'Suspicious Person' In Baltimore County: Report
Last updated Thursday at 4:50 p.m.
PERRY HALL, MD - Four Perry Hall schools went on a temporary lockout Thursday afternoon because of an "investigation being conducted by the Baltimore County Police Department."
FOX 45 journalist Gary M. Collins reported that the lockout was caused by a "suspicious person" in the area. Police lifted the lockout when they determined that the person was not a threat, Collins said.
Officers identified the affected schools as Perry Hall Elementary, Perry Hall Middle, Honeygo Elementary and Seven Oaks Elementary.
The schools are all within 2.6 miles of each other.
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