An all-clear has been given for Tomball Independent School District schools after they were placed in “secure mode” following a bomb threat at Tomball High School on Thursday, according to Tomball Police Department.
The lockdown for Tomball High School and Tomball Junior High have also been lifted.
Police said the threat was called into the 911 dispatch center. Once the police department received the anonymous bomb threat outside the Tomball High School, all campuses were placed in “secure mode” as a precaution. Tomball High School and Tomball Junior High were placed on lockdown.
Police said despite rumors on social media, a device had not been found.
Harris County Constable Precinct 4 stated that constable deputies monitored all schools in the Creekside area as a safety precaution.
NOW- Constables are assisting Tomball ISD with a reported bomb threat at Tomball High School.— Mark Herman, Harris County Constable Precinct 4 (@Pct4Constable) September 30, 2021
Constable Deputies are monitoring all local schools in the Creekside area as a precaution for the safety of our children. Schools are currently on lock down. pic.twitter.com/qNH7VvXYon