RED LAKE, Minn. — A healing ceremony after the deadly shooting rampage on the Red Lake Reservation was postponed as the FBI searched for a gun at the school Thursday.
"We have uncorroborated intelligence about the possibility of a gun on the premises of Red Lake High School," FBI spokesman Paul McCabe said.
Thursday evening, officers could be seen walking across the roof of the middle school -- which is attached to the high school -- looking under roof vents and around security lights.
The healing ceremony had been planned for today at the school.
Five students, a teacher and a security guard were killed at the school in a March 21 attack by 16-year-old student Jeffrey Weise, who then killed himself. Weise also killed his grandfather and the man's girlfriend before setting out for school.
The 16-year-old son of the tribal chairman has been arrested as a possible accomplice.
Classes are scheduled to resume on Tuesday in an old section of the high school, away from where the shootings happened. Armed guards will be posted.
Rodney Defoe, a 16-year-old student, said he thought it was too soon to return to school. He said he was at the school this week for another healing ceremony and became lightheaded.
"The last funeral was just last week," he said.