911 call

NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -- A call in to Metro Nashville's 911 center falsely reported a shooting incident at McGavock Comprehensive High School midday on Monday.

First responders arrived at the school within seconds, and authorities were quickly able to assert the report was false.

Metro Police are investigating the source of the call, and will attempt to identify the caller.

If anyone can provide any information, you are asked to contact Nashville Crime Stoppers  at 615-742-7463. Tips leading to the arrest of a suspect may be eligible for a cash reward, and all tipsters can remain anonymous.

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