Reward Offered In Pitt Bomb Threat Case Withdrawn
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — There has been a new development in the investigation into the series of bomb threats at the University of Pittsburgh.
The $50,000 reward being offered in the case has now been withdrawn.
Pitt would not elaborate on why that decision was made.
But The Pitt News is reporting that the decision was made after it received an anonymous e-mail saying the threats would stop if the reward was dropped.
The University of Pittsburgh initially offered a $10,000 reward in March, and then upped it to $50,000 just days later.
Now, the reward is off the table.
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