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Two Savannah schools were placed on soft lockdown Friday

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CHATHAM CO., GA (WTOC) -

Two Savannah high schools have been placed on lockdowns on Friday morning. 

The Savannah-Chatham County Public School System has confirmed to WTOC that Islands High School was placed on lockdown after a receipt for ammunition was found in a trashcan.

School officials located the student and the parent the receipt came from. They responded that they were going on a hunting trip.

The lockdown has been lifted and it has been determined there is no threat to the school.

Windsor Forest High School was also placed on a soft lockdown after a call came into the front office with someone making a threat to the school.

The phoned threat was investigated and has been determined there was no threat to the school. Windsor Forest is still currently on a soft lockdown and will most likely remain that way for the day.

Extra security has also been called on campus for the rest of the day. 

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