CLAWSON (WWJ) – Clawson High School and Middle School were put on lockdown following a bank robbery in the area.

According to Clawson police, KeyBank on 14 Mile Road was robbed Wednesday. The suspect escaped and was at large late in the afternoon.

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The lockdown started before the school day ended, and students were being held after the final bell as a precaution. Police said the robbery was not connected to the schools.

WWJ’s Laura Bonnell reported that she couldn’t see any police activity around the school, but there were a lot of parents waiting in cars alongside empty buses in the parking lot.

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No one was hurt.

There were no details immediately available about the suspect or the robbery.

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Stay with WWJ and CBSDetroit.com for more on this developing story.