Social media threat prompts lockdown at Pine Forest High School in Fayetteville
A social media threat prompted a lockdown at Pine Forest High School on Tuesday, according to Cumberland County officials.Posted — Updated
The school is under a code yellow lockdown, which means the exterior doors are locked but students change classes and go to lunch as usual, according to Lindsay Whitley, associate superintendent for Cumberland County Schools.
The school system’s security staff is working with law enforcement, he said.
Pine Forest High School is on Andrews Road in the northern part of the county.
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