Seniors 2018 with Pebble Hills Counselors
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Authorities continue to look for a young man in far east El Paso after he was reported missing and armed with a weapon.
A spokesman with Socorro Independent School District Friday morning said the boy is still missing.
Law enforcement officials on Thursday were spotted in a far east El Paso neighborhood.
A helicopter circled the area around Pebble Hills High School.
Authorities with the DPS, El Paso police, El Paso County Sheriff's deputies and Socorro ISD police conducted their investigation around John Hayes and Pebble Hills Drive.
Students at Pebble Hills High School said school officials ordered a "shelter in place."
Socorro ISD spokesman Daniel Escobar said Pebble Hills High School, SSG Manuel R. Puentes Middle School and James P. Butler Elementary were all placed on lockdown.
All three schools were later placed under a "reverse evacuation."
Under a reverse evacuation students are kept inside the school, Escobar said.
According to Escobar, a parent contacted school officials at Pebble Hills High School saying he needed help looking for his child because the child had left home with a weapon.
We will continue to update this story as more information becomes available.