ENID, Oklahoma - The lock down at two Enid elementary schools has been lifted.

Enid Police notified the schools that it was safe to resume regular operations just before 10:30 a.m.

The lock down was issued at Glenwood Elementary School and Prairie View Elementary School while police searched for a suspected car thief who fled in the area. Police say they have arrested that suspect.

Enid Public Schools sent out the message, notifying parents of the lock down, around 9:45 a.m. The lock down was only a precautionary measure.

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