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Bomb Threat Evacuates New Haven Magnet School

Three schools are affected

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    A New Haven high school is evacuated after state police received a 911 call reporting that a bomb will go off at about 10:40 a.m. on Monday at the new high school.

    Two New Haven high schools were evacuated on Monday after state police received a 911 call reporting that a bomb would go off.

    In all, there were three calls, police said. The last one came in at 1:47 p.m. and it was to New Horizons. The students were evacuated and then let back in.    

    Threats were made to Cooperative Arts and Humanities Interdistrict Magnet School on College Street and New Horizons High School on Hallock Avenue and both schools were evacuated.

    Police also took precautions t New Haven Academy, located on Orange Street.

    Police said they are confident that the calls came from the same person.  No one was injured and nothing was found.

    The caller made the threat from a cell phone, police said.