Moore High School evacuated due to a “very specific threat”

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MOORE, Okla. – Moore High School was evacuated Thursday afternoon due to a “very specific threat.”

Around 1:15 p.m., officials said the high school students were evacuated to the school’s football field.

A “very specific threat” was found written on a wall, which included a time and a place.

A robocall sent out to parents said the school received a bomb threat, which they are taking very seriously.

Officials said parents could pick up their children at the football field.

“This afternoon, a bomb threat was discovered at Moore High School. The message was specific in nature and the police were called immediately. The campus was evacuated and the Moore Police Department arrived on scene to take over the investigation. Moore Public Schools is thankful for the hard work both the Moore Police Department and OU Police Department’s bomb squad put forth to ensure the safety of the campus,” a statement from the district read.

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