Lockdown lifted for Broward College after police find ‘no evidence of gunfire’

A lockdown on Broward College’s South Campus has been lifted after police found no evidence of gunfire, Pembroke Pines police said.

Police were called to the campus at 7200 Pines Blvd. around 2:46 p.m. in reference to students who heard a strange noise that sounded like gunshots, according police.

After searching for nearly two hours, they found no trace of gunshots or victims of any crime.

“There are no safety alerts for the students, staff, and/or campus,” Pines police tweeted at 4:33 p.m.

C. Isaiah Smalls II is a reporter covering breaking and trending news for the Miami Herald. Previously, he worked for ESPN’s The Undefeated as part of their inaugural class of Rhoden Fellows. He is a graduate of both Columbia University and Morehouse College.