Internet Threat Closes Atlantic County High School

State Police have found that the threat was not credible, but the school was closed as a precaution.

By Kelly Bayliss
|  Friday, Jan 18, 2013  |  Updated 8:31 AM EDT
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Internet Threat Closes Atlantic County High School

A threat received through the internet has closed one Atlantic County High School Friday.

Mainland Regional High School was closed by district officials after the school, along with several others, received a threat through the internet on Thursday night.

New Jersey State Police do not believe the threat is a credible one, but officials decided to cancel classes as a precaution.

No word on exactly what the threat was or where it came from.
 

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