LAKEWOOD -- Students and faculty have returned to St. Edward High School following a morning threat that led to an evacuation.
Just after 10:30 a.m. Monday, students were evacuated from St. Edward High School after a threat was made.
The FBI says the evacuation was related to a robbery in progress at the Key Bank on Warren Road near the high school.
The FBI says a man (shown in photo) walked into the bank and gave the teller a note that it was a robbery and he had placed a bomb in a nearby school.
The man is described as a light-skinned black man, with facial hair, wearing black-rimmed reading glasses, approximately 5'9" tall, medium build, approximately late 20's to early 30's.
He was wearing a blue coat, a blue buttoned-down shirt, gloves, a NY Yankees baseball cap and had earbuds in his ears.
St. Edward was checked by bomb dogs from various agencies and the school was cleared and students have since returned to classes.
No physical injuries were reported.
Anyone with any information on the individual in these photos should call the Lakewood Police Department at 216-529-6763 or the Cleveland Division of the FBI at 216-522-1400. Reward money is available for information leading to the successful apprehension and prosecution of the individual responsible for this robbery. Tips can remain anonymous.
During the evacuation, the students were taken to nearby St. Luke's School and awaited law enforcement officials to clear the high school.
RTA, Sheriff's Department, and police K-9's were all called to the school.
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