A 17-year-old student at Traip Academy threatened to kill other students at the end of the year, Kittery police said.

The student’s home in Kittery was searched Thursday before the student was charged with terrorizing, said Police Chief Theodor Short.

He wouldn’t release the name or gender of the student.

Short said that, while executing a search warrant, police seized evidence that is now being analyzed. He said no weapons were found.

The student has been suspended from Traip and is not allowed on school property, said Short.

He said the threat was general — not directed at certain students or specific about how they would be killed.

Police learned about the threat Tuesday from the school resource officer.

Short said the student was issued a summons and released to the custody of parents.

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