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UPDATE: Elk Point Jefferson School District on Lockdown

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ELK POINT, SD -

Union County Sheriff Limoges confirms that a suspect has been apprehended and is in custody, as of early Wednesday morning. 

The lockdown for the Elk Point-Jefferson School District has been suspended.

This development comes after the District had gone into lock down right before 9 am Wednesday morning. 

School District Superintendent Brian Shanks was asked to shut down the school, after local law enforcement lost a person of interest. 

There was no immediate danger to students and employees are safe.

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