Bomb Threat at Atlantic High School in Delray Beach; Students Evacuated From School UPDATE
Update: The Delray Beach Police Department has given the all-clear. Students have been let back into the school, and authorities are investigating the threat.
According to the Delray Beach PD, a search of the school with help from Palm Beach Sheriff's Office bomb-sniffing dogs turned up no threat, and students were allowed to return to class.
Original post: Students at Atlantic High School in Delray Beach have been evacuated from the school following a bomb threat, according to the Delray Beach Police Department.
The bomb threat was called in this morning, and numerous police units are on the scene.
Police say the children are safe and are asking parents not to come to the school until they've determined if the threat is real or a hoax, per their Facebook page.
The Delray Beach PD says the students are all out of the school as authorities conduct a search.
They reiterate that parents should refrain from coming to the school at this time.
The children are currently being evacuated from the school. Please do not go to the school.— Delray Beach Police (@DelrayBeachPD) April 21, 2014
Kids are safe. Police still on scene.— Delray Beach Police (@DelrayBeachPD) April 21, 2014
DBPD working with PBSO and School Board Police— Delray Beach Police (@DelrayBeachPD) April 21, 2014
Palm Beach Post reporting to get kids from school. NOT TRUE! Kids are safe. No one allowed on campus— Delray Beach Police (@DelrayBeachPD) April 21, 2014
We'll update this story as we get more information
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