Officials Friday are investigating a threat made against a Temecula high school through social media, but no evacuations or lock downs have been issued.
The threats were made on Twitter about 8 a.m. against Chaparral High School, 27215 Nicolas Rd., school officials indicated in an email sent to parents.
The threats made references to clown masks, explosives and weapons being used on campus at specific times.
Riverside County Sheriff’s Department deputies are on campus to deal with the “undetermined social media threat,” and parents were allowed to pick up their children.
A photo shared with KTLA showed a crowded lobby as parents arrived to pick up students.
Deputies and police dogs were searching the campus looking for anything suspicious.
An investigation is also underway to determine who made the threats and that no one is in danger.
Anyone with information about the person who made the threats can call 951-696-3000.
KTLA’s Alexandria Hernandez contributed to this story.