MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Four schools in St. Paul’s Summit-University neighborhood, including Central High School, went into lockdown mode earlier Thursday following a report of shots fired in the area.

School district spokesman Toya Stewart-Downey says that’s standard procedure:

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According to St. Paul police, they received multiple reports of shots being fired in the area of Selby and Victoria avenues shortly before noon Thursday.

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He says investigators have found no evidence of a shooting and no suspects.

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The investigation is ongoing.