REPORTS a shooting threat has been made at a Southeast Queensland school, with police officers stationed outside.
The threat, which was scrawled across a toilet block wall at Redcliffe State Highschool has forced
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POLICE have been stationed at a south-east Queensland school after a “threat of shooting” was discovered scrawled on a toilet block wall. A police spokesman confirmed extra officers, believed to be general duty, had been sent to Redcliffe State High School after the threat was discovered.
The spokesman said, while authorities were treating it seriously, they did not believe anyone was in immediate danger.
It is unclear if the threat is directed at one person or if it is more of a general threat.
The spokesman said police were yet to find the person responsible for the scrawled message.
A parent of the school, who asked not to be named, confirmed a text message had been sent to parents this morning notifying them of the extra officers.