IRVING, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Austin Middle School in Irving is no longer on lockdown and will reopen this morning as police continue to investigate a report of a man with a gun on campus. Police say there was no suspect or weapon found but they are doing a secondary search.

During a news conference, police said a 911 call came in at around 7 a.m. from a parent who reported seeing a man with a long rifle and possibly a handgun getting out a pickup truck in the parking lot of the school. The caller said she did not see the person go into the school.

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The school was placed on lockdown as police searched the area for anything suspicious. There were no reports of any injuries during the lockdown.

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Police said they did not find anyone who matched the description from the call but that they are still investigating and searching for a possible person of interest.

Irving ISD said students and staff were redirected to Pierce Early Childhood School at 901 N. Britain during the lockdown.

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When asked about a person having a weapon on the school’s property, Irving officer Robert Reeves said “If that were to occur, that is obviously a very bad idea for anybody in this day and age to be on a campus with any type of a firearm, so we definitely don’t encourage that behavior. And schools are weapons-free zones so that would be an incident as well.”