(Richmond, IN)--Richmond Community School Superintendent Todd Terrill issued a statement early Monday morning after what appeared to be a threat was posted on Snapchat. Terrill said that the threat had been investigated and that they were confident that the individual responsible is not a threat to RHS. A resolution was reached within two hours of Terrill being notified. And, for that, he thanked students and parents for following the “See Something, Say Something” protocol. "Because of our students and the information that they shared with parents, phone calls were made to officals at Richmond Community Schools. RThe threat alluded to a shooting. Investigators Sunday night spoke with the person who made the post and a parent. They also searched a home and were given the poster’s cell phone by the parent. Extra police officers will be visible throughout the RCS system on Monday.