Bomb threat leads to evacuation, dismissal for Timothy Edwards students

SOUTH WINDSOR, Conn. (WTNH) — Students at Timothy Edwards Middle School in South Windsor were dismissed early after a bomb threat was reported to school administration Wednesday.

Police say the bomb threat came in by phone. The Superintendent made the call to evacuate the school. Students were evacuated to the elementary school next door where buses will take them home.

The school was searched by explosive detection dogs with the Connecticut State Police. No issues were found

Deputy Police Chief Scott P. Custer says the dismissal only affects Timothy Edwards students. All other schools remained on a normal schedule.

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