JACKSON, N.J. (AP) — Extra police are on hand after a written threat was found in a bathroom at Jackson Memorial High School.
School officials contacted police after finding the threat on Wednesday. They have not released the content of the message.
The school district says police scoured the school with bomb-sniffing dogs and determined the building was safe.
Officials say they’ll use their security surveillance system and other methods to try to determine who left the threat.
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