CONCORD (CBS SF) – No suspicious devices were found at a middle school in Concord after a bomb threat prompted evacuation of the campus Thursday morning.
Concord Police told KPIX 5 that El Dorado Middle School on 1751 West Street received a bomb threat during a phone call around 9:40 a.m. Police responded to the school and brought four bomb sniffing dogs on site to walk the campus.READ MORE: Project Home: Federal Court Strikes Down CDC Eviction Moratorium; What Does It Mean For Bay Area Renters?
At approximately 0939 hours, El Dorado Middle School, 1751 West St, received a phone call of a bomb threat. The school was evacuated. Four bomb-detection K9’s are currently searching the school. Please stay out of the area until a further update regarding clearance has been made.
— Concord Police Dept. (@ConcordPD) April 15, 2021READ MORE: COVID Recovery: Bay Area Restaurants Struggle To Hire Staff Ahead Of Likely Big Mother's Day Weekend
The school, which reopened for in-person learning late last month, was safely evacuated, police said.MORE NEWS: Fire Crews Contain 15-Acre Vegetation Fire In Discovery Bay; Fireworks Suspected
Shortly after 11:30 a.m., police said that the search has concluded and no suspicious devices were located.