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All clear at Legend High School after evacuation over bomb threat

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PARKER, Colo. –No suspicious packages or devices were located after a bomb threat at Legend High School in Parker on Friday morning, police said.

The school was evacuated and there were no reports of injuries. Classes and all other school activities were canceled for the afternoon. Activities will resume Saturday and classes will be held as normal on Monday.

Students can return to school from 2-4 p.m. Friday and 9-11 a.m. Saturday to retrieve anything they left behind during the evacuation.

The Parker Police Department tweeted that there was a bomb threat at the school, and some students were taken to nearby Cimarron Middle School.

This story will be updated as more information arrives.