(FOX40.COM) — West Park High School in Roseville was place on a lockdown on Thursday morning after threats were made on the school through social media, according to the Roseville Police Department.

As a precaution the school was placed on lockdown and an increased amount of police were assigned to the campus.

The Roseville Police Department began investigating the suspected social media post threatening the school.

At noon the Roseville Joint Union High School District announced that students were to be released from the school.

As of 1 p.m., the Roseville Police Department determined the threats to not be credible.

The school district has decided to have an early release. Parents may pick up their students or leave them on campus where they will be served lunch and students will be allowed to study in the Grove Building.