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WESTMINSTER, Colo. — The Westminster campus of Front Range Community College was evacuated Thursday afternoon after a bomb threat was made against the campus.

Westminster police said a cleaning crew found writing on a bathroom wall around 1:20 p.m. which indicated a bomb threat. The cleaning crew notified campus officials, who called police and made the decision to evacuate.

Afternoon and evening classes were cancelled.

Seven bomb-sniffing dogs were sent to campus to go through each building.

Investigators will also search a parking lot, which had ten vehicles parked in it, police said.