Manchester Elementary lockdown is lifted

MANCHESTER — A lockdown at Manchester Elementary School Friday afternoon, put in place by Kitsap County law enforcement in pursuit of a felony warrant suspect in the area, has been lifted.

The lockdown took place from 2 until 3 p.m., said South Kitsap School District spokeswoman Amy Miller. She said the school returned to normal operations after the lockdown was lifted.

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