HAMPTON ROADS, Va. (WAVY) — Police are now investigating after two schools in Hampton Roads received threats Monday.

Booker T. Washington Elementary School in Suffolk was the target of a false active shooter threat on Monday, police say.

The Suffolk Police Department responded to a call of a reported active shooter just before noon and performed a sweep of the building, before confirming just after noon that there was no actual threat.

Police are not sure who made the call at this time; the incident is under investigation. They said they will enhance security at the school for the remainder of Monday.

On the same day, Ocean Lakes High School in Virginia Beach also received a threat that was later determined to be a false alarm.

Virginia Beach Police say they are currently investigating the case, adding that Ocean Lakes was not the only school to receive the threat in the area Monday.

Booker T. Washington and Ocean Lakes join dozens of schools nationwide who’ve been targeted by false shooting or bomb threats recently.

USA Today reported that at least 30 false alarms and threats were made toward schools last week alone. The FBI is investigating to see if there is a possible connection with the threats.

Historically Black colleges and universities have been dealing with bomb threats for months, but so far no arrests have been made.