Bomb threats trigger Concordia buildings evacuations
By StaffNews Campus concordia university guyconcordia metro station Montreal montreal gazette
“Montreal police are investigating after a letter was sent to media outlets Wednesday threatening to set off bombs targeting Muslim students in at least three Concordia University buildings,” reports the Montreal Gazette.
The article says police arrived at the university around 10 a.m.
“The Hall, EV, and GM buildings were evacuated. They have found no sign of explosives, police spokesperson Benoît Besselle said.”
Service at the Guy-Concordia métro station was briefly interrupted as well, the Gazette reports, noting the evacuation was ordered at 11:30 a.m., about two hours after the threat was received.
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