Created: Fri, 16 Aug 2013 09:28:00 EST
Updated: Mon, 19 Aug 2013 10:01:16 EST
Warner Robins Police are looking for the man who put Russell Elementary School on a Code Red Lockdown Friday morning.
Police say they were called to the school around 7:30 a.m. after reports of a suspicious man entering the school building.
Public Information Officer Tabitha Pugh wouldn't say why the man was suspicious but described him as a black male between 25-years-old to 30-years-old.
Police searched the school and surrounding area but didn't find him.
Houston Schools Superintendent Dr. James Hines says a teacher was "involved" with the intruder, but didn't elaborate. The lockdown lasted roughly 2 hours.
"Once the law enforcement had done the things they needed to do they lifted the code red and got the students over here and we're trying to have as normal a day as possible," Hines said.
The lockdown began before classes began. Warner Robins Police say they are adding extra officers to Russell Elementary for the safety of the teachers and students.