Princeton, MN Bomb Threat Shuts Down Roads, Schools

Atlanta,GA 10/01/2009 02:50 AM GMT (TransWorldNews)

A bomb scare in Princeton, Minnesota caused road and school closures as authorities secured three suspicious packages.

Shortly after 6 a.m. Wednesday morning, three unmarked packages were discovered at the city’s post office, a public utility building and Princeton High School.

Streets were blocked and all of the district’s school were closed at 9:30 a.m. because of the potential bomb threat. FBI spokesman E.K. Wilson said no direct threats were received with the packages."There's no threat associated with these packages, no claim of responsibility or demand at this point," he said.

The packages have been secured and are no longer considered dangerous to the public, though authorities still don’t know what is inside of them.

Public buildings throughout the city were swept but no other packages were found. The streets have been reopened.

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