Mission Bay High lifts lockdown after reports of weapon on campus

SAN DIEGO — Mission Bay High School was locked down late Friday morning over reports of a person bringing a weapon on campus, San Diego Unified School District confirmed.

The lockdown happened around 11 a.m. at the campus on Grand Avenue in Pacific Beach. Police searched the campus for any signs of the weapon but none was found. The lockdown was lifted after about an hour, officials said, but they did not clarify if anyone was taken into custody.

Mission Bay is a magnet school with about 1,000 students in attendance.

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