Lehi building placed on false lockdown after report of unconcealed gun
LEHI, Utah — A Lehi building was placed on a false lockdown following a report of a man with an unconcealed firearm.
According to a Lehi City press release, Lehi Police received a report of a man with an unconcealed gun at 3300 N Triumph Blvd.
Following this, officers cleared the building while it was on lockdown.
Eventually, police located the suspect and found that he was permitted to be in the building, the press release states. Reportedly, he was there to show the unloaded gun to a coworker.
Once the man was cleared, it was determined there was no threat on the scene.
Despite there not being a threat, Corporal Brian Cullen with the Lehi Police Department said situations like these “are taken very seriously.”
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