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Auburn University cancels classes after threat

By Scott Buttram

AUBURN –The Plainsman is reporting that Auburn University officials canceled classes in a message sent to students at 7:11 a.m. Wednesday. The cancellation comes after the discovery of a second handwritten threat.

The message said, “”To whom it may concern, April 16, 2014, I will unleash a rampage of biblical proportion across this tiny campus. You have been warned.”

According to the article, classes were canceled “due to continued student and parent anxiety. Police still do not think the threat is credible.”

Read more:The Auburn Plainsman – Classes canceled Wednesday April 16 due to continued student and parent anxiety

Read the full story here:The Auburn Plainsman – Classes canceled Wednesday April 16 due to continued student and parent anxiety

 

Auburn University officials canceled classes on Wednesday after discovering a threat.
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