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OKC Police: Bomb Threat At Capitol Hill HS Not Credible

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Authorities said a bomb threat message found at Capitol Hill High School Thursday is not credible.

According to police, at about 12:15 p.m., graffiti found in a bathroom at the school claims there was a bomb in the building. School officials contacted police. Officers later determined that the threat is not credible.

No further details are available at this time. The incident remains under investigation. 

Threatening messages were found earlier this week at several Oklahoma schools, including Norman North High School, Westmoore High School and Moore High School. Authorities said a student was also suspended after a ‘Hit List’ was discovered at Edmond’s Central Middle School

10/7/2015 Related Story: Police Investigating Another Copycat Threat Found In A Metro School

10/6/2015 Related Story: Authorities Investigate Second Threat At Norman North HS

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