KATY, Texas - Police have reported there is no credible threat to a Katy high school after concerning photos made the rounds on social media.

KATY ISD Police say on Friday, a teenager posted photos on his social media accounts that showed weapons. However, those weapons turned out to be pellet and airsoft guns and there was never an actual threat.

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Unfortunately, police say the images were spread on social media and rumors started to spread as well.

The principal at Taylor High School sent an email to parents late Monday night, stressing that there is 'no credible threat'.

Letter sent home to Taylor High School parents.
Letter sent home to Taylor High School parents.

Several concerned parents contacted KHOU 11 with questions regarding the original student's posts and whether or not he will be in class Tuesday. KHOU has contacted Katy ISD officials but has not yet heard back.

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