One of the people being looked at in connection with the continuing investigation into the bomb threats against the University of Pittsburgh was back in Pittsburgh today.
While students at the University of Pittsburgh only have about a week left in the semester, authorities are continuing their investigation into a recent string of bomb threats.
A local couple testified in front of a federal grand jury Tuesday as part of an investigating into the recent string of bomb threats at the University of Pittsburgh.
Another bomb threat was made against the University of Pittsburgh campus Saturday morning. Around 7 a.m. the Litchfield Towers were evacuated and police were working to search the building.
The University of Pittsburgh has received more bomb threats. Late Wednesday night, the William Pitt Union and Litchfield Towers were evacuated after another threat was made.
The bomb threats continue at the University of Pittsburgh. This time it’s affecting the Cathedral of Learning which has been evacuated. Another threat was made against Lothrop, Holland, Forbes and Sutherland Halls.
The ongoing bomb threats at the University of Pittsburgh are beginning to take a toll.
Students were notified that the university received a bomb threat Wednesday for the Cathedral of Learning, Posvar Hall and Litchfield Tower C just before 5:30 p.m.
Three more bomb threats have officials and students at the University of Pittsburgh in Oakland on high alert again today.
The threats come after the university announced a reward for information that leads to an arrest and conviction in the bomb threat case last week.
Pitt’s attitude could be summarized as enough is enough.
Pitt’s Cathedral of Learning was reopened after the building was searched by police and a bomb-sniffing dog from the McKeesport Police Department.
The Cathedral of Learning on the University of Pittsburgh’s campus in Oakland has reopened after students and staff evacuated the building this morning over a reported bomb threat.
A 16-year-old boy is faces charges for allegedly making a bomb threat against Greensburg Salem High School.
The Ross Park Mall re-opened at 11 a.m. Wednesday after a bomb scare. According to Ross Township Police, around 5:50 a.m. a mall employee found a note in a public bathroom indicating there was a bomb in the building.
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