THOMASVILLE, Ga. (WTXL) - Investigators are trying to track down who's responsible for making social media threats against Thomas County Central High School.
Extra deputies were on duty Monday after a threat was made.
The school system released a statement yesterday referencing that "a very vague threat was made to an individual student at one of the schools".
According to authorities, they haven't received any information making them believe that the threat is credible so far.
Deputies say they want parents, students, and staff to know they are following protocol.
"We're trying to determine where this came from," said Capt. Steve Jones with the Thomas County Sheriff's Office. "We don't have any reason to believe it was even a local person who sent this message. We are using every resource to try to track this person down."
Parents were notified through a message alert system early Monday morning about the incident.