UPDATED at 3:07 p.m. PST: The lockdown at Los Angeles Valley College has been lifted, reports KTLA.

However, there is a continuing investigation into the identity of the male caller who claimed a person with a gun was heading towards the campus.

It is unclear if there is still a threat to students or staff on campus.


Police are searching for a possible man with a gun on Los Angeles Valley College's campus in Valley Glen, reports KTLA. The campus is on lockdown.

According to KTLA, police received a call at about 9:45 a.m. on Monday from someone claiming a person with a gun was heading towards the campus.

No more information regarding the lockdown is currently available.

Los Angeles Valley College is a two-year public community college in the San Fernando Valley.

In January, police found a man suffering from gunshot wounds in the college's parking lot. He died later at the hospital, and two men were arrested in connection to the shooting. Los Angeles Valley College stated that shooting was not campus related.