COVINGTON, Ky. -- A box of bullets was found in the boys bathroom at Dixie Heights High School Thursday afternoon.
Kenton County's Public Information Officer Jess Dykes said the partially full box was found at about 4:30 p.m. by three students.
The students told administrators immediately after finding the bullets and police were then notified. Officers and a K-9 unit swept the building and did not find a threat.
Police continue to investigate the source of the bullets.
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