College of Wooster cancels classes after two bomb threats

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WOOSTER, Ohio– Classes at the College of Wooster were canceled on Monday after two bomb threats.

The first threat was directed at the campus libraries Sunday night. Wooster police said the area was evacuated and searched as a precaution. Nothing was found, according to the college.

At about 9:15 a.m. Monday, the College of Wooster received a second bomb threat, prompting officials to cancel class.

The Lowry Center and Scot Center will remain open with security officers at the entrances.

 

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