UPDATE: The suspicious person has been caught and schools in the Mosinee School District are back to normal operations, according to Superintendent David Munoz.
An afternoon release from Mosinee Police Chief Ken Muelling says MPD officials arrived at Mosinee High School at approximately 10:03 a.m. after school staff reported a person tried to enter the school.
The person did not identify themselves, per the release, and was denied entry. The soft lockdown then went into effect while officials attempted to, and eventually did, locate the person at roughly noon.
The person, the release adds, "did not appear to be a threat to themselves or the community." The lockdown was then lifted.
MOSINEE, Wis. (WAOW) -- The Mosinee School District is on a soft lockdown after reports of a suspicious person in the city, according to an email from Superintendent David Munoz.
"No one will enter or exit the building without administrative approval," the email read, adding that officials "are actively working on this incident."
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