Police are investigating a threat made Tuesday against staff at St. Michael School in Augusta, a private Catholic school on Sewall Street. Joe Phelan/Kennebec Journal file

AUGUSTA — A student at St. Michael School allegedly made a threat against the school’s staff in a video posted online, the Augusta Police Department said Tuesday morning.

Police were alerted about the video around 7 a.m. and immediately took action, according to a news release from Deputy Chief Kevin Lully.

Police said schools in the Augusta area are “safe for all users at this time” and school schedules were not disrupted.

It’s unclear at this time where the video was posted online and what the threat was.

The student has been identified and the police are currently “extensively” investigating the matter.

Lully and school officials declined to provide additional details while the investigation is ongoing.

St. Michael School is a private pre-K to grade 8 Catholic school on Sewall Street with 228 students and staff members.

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