High School Evacuated Shortly For Bomb Threat
MIAMI COUNTY, Kan. — Students and staff at Paola High School were evacuated for a brief time Wednesday morning after a bomb threat was found written on a bathroom wall.
According to The Miami County Republic, someone had written on the wall the school will explode at noon Wednesday.
“Good luck in finding it” was written on the stall in the men’s room, the paper reported.
A student was questioned and later admitted to writing the threat, but said there was no device, the paper said.
No device was found and the school and police left just after noon. Classes resumed was the “all clear” was given by officers.
Students were only allowed to leave if a parent came to the high school and checked them out.
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