BREAKING NEWS: Campus receives emergency email on potential bomb threat

Melissa Simon

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>>>UPDATE 11:25 a.m. CSUN PD emailed and called students saying “final update: CSUN police have determined there is no threat to the campus community. Campus emails open and classes will still be held.” A bomb dog helped complete the search.

>>>UPDATE 11:05 a.m.: CSUN Police Services sent out another email notification saying that police are investigating the threat and “no suspicious items have been located.” The campus will remain open and classes will be held as usual. If you have any information, CSUN police “are asking the CSUN community to report suspicious activity to university police dispatch at (818) 677-2111.”

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An emergency email was sent at 10:31 a.m. by the Department of Police Services stating: “This is an alert notification for California State University, Northridge. This is the Department of Police Services. The campus recently received a non-specific bomb threat. University police take all threats seriously and are currently investigating this threat. Updates will be provided at periodic intervals. We are asking the CSUN community to report suspicious activity to university police dispatch at (818) 677-2111.”

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