All students and employees are safe and accounted for, and police say the building has been cleared.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A school in the Hill District was evacuated after a bomb threat.

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St. Benedict the Moor says the school got a bomb threat from an unknown source Tuesday morning. Pittsburgh Police say a male caller phoned in the threat in five separate calls to the school.

Police were immediately notified and launched an investigation.

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All students and employees were safe and accounted for at an off-site location.

Parents were allowed to pick up their kids from the Calvary Baptist Church on Wylie Avenue.

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A little after noon, Pittsburgh Police said the school was declared safe and students were cleared to return to the building.