Buildings Reopen After George Mason University Bomb Threat

Thursday, Mar 13, 2014  |  Updated 12:42 PM EDT
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Buildings Reopen After GMU Bomb Threat

Buildings and offices on George Mason University's Prince William County campus have reopened following a Thursday morning bomb threat. 

University officials say the investigation into the threat ended just after noon. Normal operations have resumed and all Governor’s School students have been released to their parents or  taken back to their home school.

This was the second bomb threat on one of the school's campuses in a week. Last Thursday, a written bomb threat was found inside the Art and Design Building on the school's Fairfax campus. After a search, the building was deemed safe.

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