Bomb threat at University of Utah
SALT LAKE CITY — A student has been arrested in relation the bomb threat on University of Utah’s campus. By 7 a.m. this morning the Spencer Fox Eccles Business building was cleared by police and K-9 units.
The reports came in at 1:12 a.m., when a student saw the threat on social media. No bombs or any explosives were found on the scene and regular activity may resume safety.
Although no threats are inside the building police did say they found four suspicious packages.
Our officers investigated a bomb threat involving the Spencer Fox Eccles Business Building early this morning. They traced the threatening social media post to a student on campus and took them into custody.
Our explosives detection K-9 officers cleared the building as safe.
— University of Utah Police (@UofUPolice) August 26, 2022
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