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Officials trace armed Huron County teen to Kentucky

Courtesy: Norwalk Reflector Courtesy: Norwalk Reflector

(WTOL) - Police are still looking for 13-year-old Calvin Riley. They say he has made threats towards several faculty members and students at Norwalk Catholic schools.

The Sheriff now says Calvin Riley is in Northern Kentucky. Apparently, he made a phone call from a pay phone and authorities were able to trace the call.

[View FLYER for missing teen Calvin Riley]

A frantic search ensued all morning after Sheriff's deputies learned Riley kept a diary and had made threats towards several faculty members and students at Norwalk Catholic Schools.

Deputies also learned that a .22 caliber rifle turned up missing from teen's home and a white 2003 Chevy 4x4 pick up was also taken near Riley's home and believe it is connected.

Officials at Norwalk Catholic Schools made the decision to close the school for safety reasons.

The public is being asked not to approach Riley but contact the authorities.

He was last seen wearing a white shirt, tan pants and carrying a red duffle bag.

The school's website had the following message posted late Wednesday morning:

"NCS is Closed Today for Safety Reasons. NCS is in lock down mode and working with the Huron County Sheriff's Department and the Norwalk Police Department concerning a safety issue. More information will be available as soon as we have it. There will be another One-Call announcement later today."

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