NASHUA — City police are investigating a threat that was made against Nashua High School North.
The incident occurred on Monday afternoon, and was promptly reported to authorities, said school officials.
“I wanted to make you aware that a robo call was used to make a threat directed towards Nashua North,” Principal Nate Burns of Nashua High School North said in an email to parents.
“Working with the Nashua Police Department, we were able to determine that the threat was neither imminent, nor credible,” said Burns.
School administrators will be working with law enforcement to help identify the person or people involved in making the call, he said.
Superintendent Jahmal Mosley said Tuesday that police were able to track the phone call, and stressed that police are investigating the incident to the fullest extent.
“There was no immediate threat to students or the faculty. These are always concerning, obviously. We don’t tolerate that at all,” Mosley said.
“It is really concerning, but the police have much more technology and expertise in this,” he said.