Police are on scene at Huntley High School and the school is on lockdown after a student found bullets in a hallway.

Huntley High School is on lockdown after the Huntley Police Department was called Friday morning to the school at 13719 Harmony Road in Huntley.

“Police are investigating the origin of two live rounds (bullets) discovered by a student in the hallway outside of the College and Careers Office,” Huntley High School Principal Scott Rowe said.

“During the lockdown, no movement between classrooms will be allowed at this time. No individuals will be allowed in or out of the building. Please do not come to the school to pick up your child. No one will be allowed in or out of the building during the lockdown,” Rowe added.

Rowe also said that there is “no imminent threat to safety” and that the purpose of the lockdown “is to provide a controlled environment while police conduct their investigation.”

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Police are talking with students and trying to figure out where the bullets came from. Classes are still going on inside the classrooms but the hallways are restricted.