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'Suspicious Package' At Edmond North High School Is Lunch Box

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Bomb technicians examined the package found Wednesday morning at Edmond North High School. Bomb technicians examined the package found Wednesday morning at Edmond North High School.
The school was put on lockdown for about 30 minutes. The school was put on lockdown for about 30 minutes.
The "suspicious package" turned out to be a lunch box. The "suspicious package" turned out to be a lunch box.
EDMOND, Oklahoma -

The lockdown at Edmond North High School was lifted Wednesday morning when the bomb squad discovered a "suspicious package" was a lunch box.

The school was put on lockdown and students moved into the gym around 9:30 a.m. when someone found the lunch box tucked inside a cardboard box on the east side of the school near a culvert.

The Edmond Police Department's bomb squad X-rayed the package and discovered it was harmless.

The lockdown was lifted around 10:15 a.m., and students were allowed to return to class. Thomas Drive has also been reopened.

 

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