By CBS13 Staff

LINCOLN (CBS13) — Lincoln High School was locked down after a report of a weapon on campus Thursday.

The Western Placer Unified School District sent an alert to parents to notify them about the situation. Officials said, around 11:20 a.m., students reported what appeared to be a gun in the cafeteria.

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No weapon was located point and no students have been arrested, police say.

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Students were secured in classrooms, the district said. Lincoln police said there were no reports of injuries.

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Parents were urged to stay away from campus for the duration fo the lockdown.