PENN HILLS (KDKA) — Penn Hills High School announced that students would be dismissed early Friday due to a “reported concern.”

A statement from the Penn Hills School District advised that students were dismissed from the Fralic Center at 1:45 pm Friday.

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Penn Hills Police said that the early dismissal was the result of a bomb threat written on the wall in the girls’ bathroom. Officers were working to discover who was in the bathroom last.

After school activities were cancelled. Read the district’s full statement below:

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Due to a reported concern, Penn Hills High School students will be dismissed from the Fralic Center at 1:45 pm today.  Buses will pick up students directly from the Fralic Center upon arrival and transport them to their normal bus stops.  Parent pickup will need to occur at the Fralic Center as well.  We thank everyone in advance for their cooperation.  After school activities scheduled for Penn Hills High School are canceled.  However, the PTA fundraiser scheduled for 6 pm tonight will take place.

This is a developing story, stay with KDKA and KDKA.com for more information.

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