Melbourne school goes into LOCKDOWN amid reports a ‘student threatened to KILL a teacher’
- School went into lockdown after report a student allegedly threatened teacher
- Police said officers called to school in Diamond Creek, north-east Melbourne
- Officers spoke with boy Wednesday and dropped him with his carer, police said
A school has gone into lockdown following reports a student allegedly threatened to kill a teacher.
Victoria Police said detectives were called to a school in Diamond Creek in Melbourne’s north-east after a boy reportedly made verbal threats.
‘Officers attended the Main Hurstbridge Road facility about 12.30pm and spoke with the boy before dropping him off to his carer,’ a spokesman said.
The school was initially locked down after the student made threats against the teacher’s life, callers told 3AW.
No-one was injured.
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A school in Diamond Creek in Melbourne’s north-east has gone into lockdown after a boy allegedly made verbal threats