Police: No device found at FRCC in Fort Collins
Threat closed Front Range Community College in Fort Collins, Colo. March 6, 2013
FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Evacuations were ordered at Front Range Community College in Fort Collins after a reported bomb threat.
According to Fort Collins Police, staff from the college contacted officers at about 1 p.m. Wednesday, after a student found a bomb threat written inside of the school.
As a precautionary measure, Front Range Community College closed and evacuated the campus located at 4616 South Shields Street.
The Northern Colorado Bomb Team along with Front Range Community College staff conducted a building search, and no devices were found on campus.
The school will reopen Thursday at 1:00 p.m.
The investigation is ongoing, and no additional information has been released.
Front Range Community College has four campuses which are located in Longmont, Fort Collins, Westminster and Brighton.
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