BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The all-clear was given at several schools in Washington, D.C., after a series of bomb threats prompted evacuations, authorities said.

The Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia said officers responded earlier Wednesday to multiple bomb threats targeting District of Columbia Public Schools and local charter schools.

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The schools that received threats included Dunbar High School, Theodore Roosevelt High School, Ron Brown High School, McKinley Tech High School, KIPP DC College Preparatory, IDEA Public Charter School and Seed Public Charter School.

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“Each of the schools have been cleared with no hazardous material found,” the police department said.

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The threats come a day after Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff, the husband of Vice President Kamala Harris, was whisked away from an event at Dunbar High School after a separate bomb threat was made.

CBS Baltimore Staff