SUNY Delhi's Evenden Tower has been declared safe after a bomb threat issued earlier today, according to a media release from the college.
The building was evacuated and locked down Tuesday morning after bomb threats were phoned to Delaware County 911, the college said. The anonymous caller phoned the threat about 9:15 a.m., saying the bomb was set to explode in 45 minutes.
SUNY Delhi officials evacuated the building immediately and contacted local authorities, it said. All classes scheduled for Evenden Tower were canceled, and the a state police Canine Unit searched the building. Officials report they found nothing unusual in the building.
Classes in Evenden Tower remain canceled for today and will resume as scheduled on Wednesday, March 13, at 7:35 a.m.
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