IRVING, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Parents can let out a sigh of relief after reports of a man with a gun outside Austin Middle School turned out to be a false alarm.

An investigation by the Irving Police Department concluded a police officer serving a warrant on a nearby street sparked the reports.

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The officer is part of an outside agency task force that had staged their vehicles in the school’s parking lot.

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Police said the task force did apprehend their wanted person for a warrant of Louisiana.

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Despite there being “no threat to the public or Irving School Campuses,” police were appreciative of the parent calling in.