Officials deem bomb threat at East Lyme High School as ‘non-credible’

EAST LYME, Conn. (WTNH) — A bomb threat at East Lyme High School was said to be “non-credible” by officials on Tuesday.

According to Superintendent Jeffrey Newton, on Friday evening, a message was left on a voicemail pertaining to a bomb threat at the school.

The message was discovered on Tuesday morning and was reported to local and school officials.

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In a letter sent to parents and guardians, Superintendent Newton said police conducted a thorough investigation into the message and that they swept through the school, finding the scene to be clear and safe.

Any questions regarding the incident can be directed to East Lyme High School Principal Michael Susi at 860-739-6946 or to Superintendent Newton at 860-739-3966.