ENTERPRISE, Ala. (WDHN) — Enterprise City Schools were placed on lockdown after a false report of an active shooter on campus was called in to Enterprise Police.

EPD found those threats to be false; all schools are safe and at this time are no longer on lockdown.

According to a release from the EPD, after the call came into Enterprise High School, the school’s SRO responded to the reported area.

Within three minutes of the call, school officials, EPD officers, state troopers, and state investigators were on the science.

Headland High School was locked down following a similar threat called in to the Headland Police Department and Houston County Sheriff’s Department.

Headland Police have also found these rumors to be false and have safely cleared all schools in the district.

Both departments are working to find the source of the threat.

Stay with WDHN as we learn more.