No threat found after OKC college campus evacuated
OKLAHOMA CITY - Campus security and Oklahoma City Police did not find anything suspicious on the campus of OSU-OKC following a bomb threat Tuesday afternoon.
Authorities evacuated the college after a woman called in the threat.
Campus will be closing effective immediately, please make your way to the nearest exit. This is not a drill.—
OSU-Oklahoma City (@OSUOKC) April 23, 2013
Police said the caller claimed the explosive would go off sometime before 11 p.m.
Officials went from building to building, searching for anything suspicious, police said.
The bomb squad was notified but did not respond to the campus.
The bomb squad would have been deployed if police found a suspicious item.
According to the OSU-Oklahoma City twitter page, campus will re-open at 7 a.m. Wednesday.
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