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BETHEL PARK (KDKA) — An arrest has been made in connection to an online post threatening Bethel Park High School.

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The school’s principal, Zeb Jansante, sent a letter to parents, guardians and staff Sunday saying there was a threat against the school for Monday, March 18.

Bethel Police Police were made aware of the post Saturday, and police were able to identify the perpetrator.

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According to Jansante, that individual was arrested.

School will go on as scheduled Monday, but there will be an additional police presence for the comfort of students and staff.

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The Bethel Park School District has canceled classes at least twice so far this school year due to threats of violence. In February, the district said a student would be facing disciplinary action for allegedly writing a threat in a school bathroom.