MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A Mississippi church evacuated its campuses Wednesday following a threat of a shooting at the church.

Brown Missionary Baptist Church, with two campuses in Southaven, said all in-person events were canceled Wednesday. The church said in a statement that all staff members, volunteers, and students who were attending summer camp were safe and were not in any danger.

Southaven Police said just before noon Wednesday, a male caller said by phone that at a specific time, he would “shoot up” the church. Police said they will not release any specific details of the response.

Lindy Reynold runs a nearby boutique and has plenty of regular customers with children who go to school at the church and attend camp in the summer.

“My first thought definitely was are the children there? Are they safe?” she said.

Police said Quincy Higgins was found on the scene and was taken into custody without incident.

Higgins was charged with making a terroristic threat and also has a warrant for contempt of court.