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Police probe Sanborn high school bomb threat
Principal Brian Stack said the message referred to a bomb in the school, but provided no time, location or other details.
During a search of the building, police found what they considered to be a suspicious box on the second floor of the school.
"We look for any packages or anything that may be out of place and suspicious. What we did was evaluate that particular parcel and found it was not, in fact, an explosive device," Briggs said.
Shortly after police responded, Stack issued a statement to the school community, saying that the administration was made aware of a "potential safety concern" for the high school campus.
Police and school officials urged anyone with information to call the Kingston Police Department at 642-5742.
"We take the safety of all students and staff very seriously at Sanborn, and we will continue to work with the community and local safety officials to address issues that arise," he said.
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