New Hampshire school locked down, ex-student with gun

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MANCHESTER, N.H. — Police in Manchester, New Hampshire, say they’ve located a suspect at a high school after getting a report of a 21-year-old former student seen entering the building with a handgun tucked in his waistband. The school remained underlockdown.

Sgt. Brian O’Keefe says the former student was seen entering West High School Thursday morning. He said the school was inlockdownas a precautionary measure and that “all kids are safe.” He said no threats have been made.

Numerous police cars have surrounded the school in New Hampshire’s largest city is about 20 miles south of Concord. It has about 1,300 students.

Further information was not immediately available. O’Keefe said he would provide more information as he gets it.

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