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Lincoln put on lockdown after threats

A lockdown at Abraham Lincoln High School was lifted Wednesday morning after authorities took a 16-year-old boy into custody.

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Abraham Lincoln High School was locked down for a brief time Wednesday morning after a student threatened to shoot up the school, police said.

After allegedly making the threats, the 16-year-old boy left the school on foot, and officers apprehended him on the 7100 block of Ditman Street in Tacony, authorities said. He was not armed, and no weapons were recovered, police said. 

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The lockdown began at 9:33 a.m. and lasted about 30 minutes. ••

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