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Arcadia High School on lockdown as police investigate 'threats'

Arcadia High School is on lockdown as police investigate unspecified threats against the campus that school officials received Tuesday morning.

In a statement, police said the school, at 180 Campus Drive in Arcadia, will remain on lockdown, and all students will remain on campus, until further notice.

Police said school administrators received "threats," but provided no additional details.

The school was placed on lockdown shortly before noon.


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