Waukee Schools Evacuated After Second Threat

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WAUKEE, Iowa — A bomb threat in Waukee put two schools on lockdown for the second time this week.

Wednesday afternoon, Waukee High School received a bomb threat. The threat comes two days after another bomb threat at the school.

Students were evacuated to a designated safe location while police investigate. By 3 p.m. the all clear given at Waukee High School.

Prairieview and Waukee High Schools were secured and no students were allowed to leave or enter those buildings. The lockdown only affected the two schools.

All students are safe, according to a statement from the Waukee Community School District.

A $1,000 reward was posted for leads regarding Monday’s┬ábomb threat.

Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact Waukee Police at (515) 978-7979.