Police investigate reports of man chasing students with knife at Seattle Center Armory

Seattle Police investigated reports of a man chasing kids with a knife Tuesday at the Seattle Center Armory. No injuries were reported.

According to police, officers were called to reports of a man threatening students with a knife at Seattle Center Armory. Initial broadcasts suggested a school teacher and a group of 15 kids were being chased by the man near the International Fountain.

Officers arrived and met a security sergeant who said he was flagged down by the teacher, who told him a man was scaring her students near the Armory restroom. The group was on a field trip at the Seattle Center.

The security guard said when he checked on the restroom, he did not find the suspect.

Officers spoke with a student who was still there. The student said the suspect did not have a knife, but was threatening kids near the bathroom with a skateboard.

Another officer contacted the teacher, who said she was leaving for an appointment when the man started harassing her and her students with a "sharp object," then followed her to the parking lot and threatened her when he thought she was calling police.

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Seattle Police dropped the case once they were unable to develop probable cause or find a suspect.