Albuquerque School Lockdown Lifted

A lockdown at Harrison Middle school in Albuquerque's South Valley has been cancelled. Albuquerque police are searching the campus of Harrison Middle School because of phone threats that came in over the weekend.

A spokesman with the Albuquerque Public Schools says several voice mail threats against students were left on the school's phone system. We're told some parents have picked up their children at the school. Officials say everyone inside is safe.

The lockdown was in effect for three hours.