LONG BEACH (CBSLA) — A shelter-in-place order at California State University Long Beach has been lifted following an investigation into what police called a “credible threat” Monday.
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CSULB BeachALERT! The situation is ALL CLEAR. Shelter-in-place orders have been lifted. University Police currently have the sole suspect in custody. There is no ongoing threat, and the campus is open for normal operations. #CSULB
— CSULB Police Dept (@CSULBPolice) October 7, 2019
“Everyone on campus is to move indoors and shelter in place immediately. If not on campus, stay away until further notice,” read a tweet from the verified CSULB police account. Alerts were also sent via the school’s text and robocall system.
Approximately 30 minutes later, police ordered the shelter-in-place orders lifted.
CBS2/KCAL9’s Greg Mills reports a “threat of violence” was emailed to the school by a female student, who was taken into custody by University Police.
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Campus was expected to reopen for normal operations.