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UPDATE: Student alleged to be involved in Rincon threat to be kept at home

(Source: KOLD News 13) (Source: KOLD News 13)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Tucson Unified School District security and Tucson Police Department are investigating a social media threat that is said to involve Rincon High School.

According to a Facebook post on the district’s page, the threat was deemed not credible. The student who officials believe to be involved in the threat will be kept at home.

However, there will be extra security around the shared campus of Rincon and University high schools, 421 N. Arcadia Avenue, on Wednesday morning, Jan. 24, for everyone’s safety.

The post doesn't go into what exactly the threat said but states that security and police said no evidence has been found to connect the posting to any Tucson Unified school.

School staff sent an email out Tuesday night, Jan. 23, to parents and they're making follow up calls Wednesday morning.

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