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TACOMA, Wash. -- Oakland Alternative High School was placed on lockdown Monday morning after a single gunshot was fired inside a boys bathroom.

No students or teachers were injured and there is no threat at this time, according to Tacoma Public Schools spokesperson Dan Voelpel.

After reviewing surveillance video from outside the bathroom, Tacoma police detectives want to interview four or five male students seen leaving the area.

Authorities say they’re still investigating whether the gun went off accidentally or intentionally.

Few details were immediately known, but the police were investigating the report of a gunshot about 10:30 a.m.

Q13 News has a crew at the scene gathering more information.

Just days earlier, a 12 and 15-year-old boy were arrested after school shooting threats circulated social media in two separate incidents at Tacoma middle schools.

Earlier this month, an Everett grandmother call 911 after finding disturbing entries in her grandson's journal. The 18-year-old was arrested and charged. Detectives also uncovered a rifle and inert grenades at the teen's home.

This is a developing story and will be updated.

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