TUCSON, Ariz. - An emergency lockdown was issued at Marana High School Wednesday.
According to Principal David Mandel, an anonymous threatening phone call was made to the school.
Marana Police Department investigated reports of a student with a gun on campus.
The student was located, but was not found on campus.
MPD says, there was no threat and the lockdown has been lifted.
The school day will continue as scheduled.
Police continue to investigate.
Marana Unified School District says, they ensure the safety of the school for everyone.