Nothing found after Bedford High School bomb threat
According to SAU 25 Superintendent Timothy Mayes, a message was found in a boy';s bathroom stall before nine a.m., indicating that there was a bomb inside the building.
Bedford Police and Fire Departments were contacted, and a search was conducted of both the high school and the adjacent Ross A. Lurgio Middle School, which turned up nothing.
';We followed our protocol on these kinds of threats,'; Mayes said.
Classes resumed as usual Friday afternoon.