PITTSBURGH - Police confiscated a gun from a teenage boy Friday morning inside a Pittsburgh public school.
Authorities said the student was seen on a security camera leaving the Pittsburgh Obama School and then coming back a short time later.
School security searched the boy and found the gun on him, school officials said.
The weapon was taken and no injuries were reported.
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