All Clear Given After Bomb Threat at Penn State

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Police in Pennsylvania have given the all clear after a bomb threat on the campus of Penn State University.

The threat came in around 11 p.m. Tuesday inside Schlow Library.

An unidentified male reportedly called the police department from the library demanding $20,000 to support his meth addiction or he would use a pipe bomb to blow up a bus.

The individual allegedly told the dispatcher he was high at the time of the call and had a .44 magnum in his possession.

Officers from at least six police department responded, but no suspect or bombs were ever found.

Shortly before 4 a.m. Wednesday the all clear was given and people were let back into the area.
 

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