Local Community College Evacuated Due to Bomb Threat

By David Chang
|  Monday, Dec 2, 2013  |  Updated 8:31 PM EDT
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Community College to Reopen After Bomb Threat

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The campuses of a local community college will be open on Tuesday after they were closed due to a bomb threat.

The campuses of the Atlantic Cape Community College were all evacuated after the bomb threat was made on Monday.

Officials have not yet revealed what was specifically said or if anyone was arrested in connection to the threat.

Later on Monday, officials sent a message to students and staff that all campuses would be open as normal on Tuesday under a regular schedule.

Atlantic Cape Community College is a two-year, public community college with campuses in Mays Landing, Atlantic City and Cape May Court House.

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