Students return to class after bomb threat in Susquehanna Township School District
HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) -
All schools in the Susquehanna Township School District were evacuated Wednesday morning due to a bomb threat. Wednesday afternoon, township police said they have a suspect in custody.
The threat was called in to the school district around 11 a.m. but no specific target was given. Susquehanna Township police subsequently swept each district building with the help of trained dogs.
In a recorded message sent to parents, the school district said "Susquehanna Township Police have done inspections off all school buildings and gave direction that all schools were inspected and safe to re-enter by 12:30 p.m.."
Students at each school were let back in after their building was cleared.
There were no reported injuries. Students will be dismissed at their normal times.
During the evacuation, school officials say all students were taken to a safe location.
The threat was called into the district office this morning but did not target a particular school or district building.