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School cleared after bomb threat at Murray High School

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UPDATE: 1:00 p.m. January 26, 2021

The Murray Police Department is offering new details on the bomb threat at the Murray High School Tuesday.

The Department received a call stating there were bombs at the high school around 8:10 a.m.

Multiple officers were already on scene and alerted the school of the call.

The school was evacuated and a sweep of the school was performed. The campus was thoroughly searched multiple times, and it was officially determined to be safe around 10:25 AM.

Kentucky State Police, Calloway County Sheriff’s Office, Murray State University Police, and the ATF assisted on scene.

An investigation into the call is ongoing.

UPDATE: 12:20 p.m. January 26, 2021

The Murray Independent School District says law enforcement cleared the building and no bomb was found.

ORIGINAL STORY

MURRAY, KY (WSIL) -- Murray High School in Murray, KY has received a bomb threat.

The Murray Independent School District says all students have been moved to the track and students are being dismissed early today.

RELATED: Students, staff safe after lockdown at Murray High School

Students may be picked up on Johnson Boulevard, just next to the MHS Tennis Courts.

Stay with News 3 as we continue to receive updates on this developing story.

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Devin Kidd is the Assignment Manager at News 3 WSIL. He joined the team in February 2020. Devin graduated from Southern Illinois University Carbondale in 2014. He recently spent several years in Orlando, FL while working at two different television stations before moving back home to southern Illinois to be closer to his family.

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