IRONDALE, Ala. (AP) – Another Alabama school was on lockdown after a social media post warned of clowns showing up to the campus.

AL.com reports that Shades Valley High School in Irondale, about 7 miles (11 kilometers) east of Birmingham, was locked down Monday after a student alerted authorities to Facebook posts hinting that clowns might show up to the school.

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Irondale police Officer James Lewis, a school resource officer, says “there was no threat.”

Lewis says authorities spoke with the student who reported the Facebook posts, which have since been removed.

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Lewis says the soft lockdown is a precaution only, and there is no disruption to classes.

Similar incidents have been reported throughout Alabama and across the southeast.

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