No arrests made after reports of shots fired in Manchester, N.H.

A Manchester high school was put on lockdown Thursday as a precautionary measure after reports of shots fired in the area.

Manchester police spokesman Lt. Brian O’Keefe said Thursday morning it does not appear anyone was struck. He said as a precaution, West High School had a "shelter in place" order, which was later lifted.

O’Keefe said the shots were reported in the area of 90 Conant Street at about 9 a.m.

According to Manchester Police, no arrests have been made at this time. Four subjects were temporarily taken into custody as a precautionary measure. According to police, the apartment, located in a three family home, was secured and deemed safe. 

Some officers remain on scene while the investigation continues as to why or who may have shot a firearm.

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