High School Clear After Bomb Threat, No Bombs Found

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OLMSTED FALLS, Ohio — Olmsted Falls High School is closed for the day after a bomb threat was found on the wall in a girls restroom Wednesday morning.

According to the Olmsted Township Police Department, the school was evacuated right after the threat was found at around 7:45 a.m.

Police say a student found the threat and reported it to school officials immediately. It read “Olmsted Falls, beware of me. I hid bombs in the school. Happy hunting.”

A fire alarm sounded, and students were taken via bus to the middle school where parents were permitted to pick up their children.

Authorities swept the inside and outside of the building, and nothing suspicious was found. Police did say it would be investigated as a criminal matter.

The high school is the only school closed for the day.

This is a developing story. Stay with FOX 8 News and Fox8.com for updates.

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