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Bomb threat at Archbishop Riordan High School in SF called off
SAN FRANCISCO -- The San Francisco Police Department called off its search for a bomb about three hours after a threat was reported at a high school Thursday.
The bomb threat at Archbishop Riordan High School, located at 175 Phelan Ave., was called in at 11:13 a.m., Officer Carlos Manfredi said. Officers stopped their search at about 2 p.m.
Nothing was found, Manfredi said.
Some Muni buses in the area had being redirected during the search.
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