MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Mahtomedi High School went into lockdown Thursday afternoon after students reported seeing an armed man who turned out to be a licensed bounty hunter.

The Washington County Sheriff’s office says two students alerted the school resource officer just before 12:30 p.m.

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They said they saw a man wearing a bullet-proof vest with a firearm inside of a blue truck near school property.

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Deputies later tracked down the man at his residence, where he showed his credentials as a bounty hunter.

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The sheriff’s office says there is no threat to the public and no criminal charges will be sought.