“Non-specific” Bomb Threat Reported at Penn State

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UNIVERSITY PARK — Penn State reported Saturday evening that someone made “unspecified, non-specific bomb threats” in a series of calls to Penn State University Park police.

University Park is Penn State’s main campus, located in State College in Centre County.

According to a news release from Penn State, the caller claimed there were explosive devices in every building on campus.

The caller also claimed there was a suicide bomber at 9th Avenue and 7th Street, but the news release says there is no such intersection on or near the University Park campus.

The news release asked people to use caution and report any suspicious activity by calling 911.

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