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Lockdown lifted at three Boise schools after police search for suspect

The Boise School District told KBOI 2News that Capital High School, Mountain View Elementary and Valley View Elementary were in a shelter-in-place status, which means classes were ongoing but the doors to the schools were locked. (File Photo)

Three schools in the Boise School District went into a brief lock down Thursday.

The Boise School District told KBOI 2News that Capital High School, Mountain View Elementary and Valley View Elementary were in a shelter-in-place status, which means classes were ongoing but the doors to the schools were locked.

The lock-down lasted about 30 minutes. The school district says staff members were told by Boise Police that officers were looking for a suspect in the area.

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