UPDATE: All-Clear After University of St. Thomas Evacuates Building
UPDATE: ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – The University of St. Thomas has issued an all-clear after receiving a bomb threat that forced the evacuation of a building on its St. Paul, Minnesota, campus.
In a series of alerts posted to its website and social media pages, the university said Tuesday the threat was for the John Roach Center, a classroom building on the corner of Summit and Cleveland Avenues.
The threat came in through the university’s switchboard.
The building was evacuated, secured and searched.
Officials closed the building for the rest of the day and relocated classes.
The university tweeted late Tuesday morning that an all-clear had been issued and the school is continuing normal operations.
No suspicious objects were found.
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – The University of St. Thomas has evacuated a building on campus after receiving a bomb threat.
The university in St. Paul posted an alert Tuesday morning to its website and social media pages.
USTALERT – JRC (John Roach Center) has been evacuated, secured and is currently being searched.
— Univ. of St. Thomas (@UofStThomasMN) August 20, 2019
The alert says the threat was for the John Roach Center, which is on the corner of Summit and Cleveland.
The alert says the building has been evacuated, secured and was being searched.
A university spokeswoman says summer classes were in session at the time and Tuesday’s classes were being relocated.