http://www.1190kex.com/cc-common/news/sections/newsarticle.html?feed=123543&article=6733628 Shortly after 8 a.m. Tuesday, two six-year-old Eleanor Roosevelt Elementary School students voiced concern to school staff that a ten-year-old was playing with what looked like a toy gun. Vancouver Police were called at 8:20 a.m., putting the school on lockdown and performing a sweep of the school. Kim Kapp, a spokeswoman for the police department, said SWAT officers were on campus and additional officers were called in to assist. They responded as if the incident involved an active shooter though students had said from the beginning they thought the gun was a toy. "They described the gun as multi-colored. They said they were aware it was a play gun and it fired some sort of smoke and rubber bands," she said. No one was injured and the 10-year-old student was later found at home. He was questioned by police. Vancouver School District spokeswoman Kris Sork said the district has a zero-tolerance policy on weapons at school. "The first thing we do it take the child away from the school and interview the child with the parents," she said. "In this case, the police are there to talk to the child." The district will determine if the situation with the toy gun is ground for expulsion. Classes resumed around 9:15 a.m.