By: KDKA-TV News Staff

SOUTH PARK (KDKA) – All schools in the South Park School District will be learning remotely on Wednesday as the district and police investigate a threat made on social media.

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According to the district, South Park Township Police and Allegheny County Police are investigating posts on Snapchat that threatened gun violence at the middle school.

Investigators are working to determine if the threats were credible and to identify the person or persons who made them.

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Despite the threat being made toward the middle school, the district made the decision to move the high school, middle school, and elementary center to remote learning.

The district is asking anyone with information to contact the South Park Township Police Department.

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