Nothing found after bomb threat at Roselle school; classes resume Thursday
November 14, 2012 (ROSELLE, Ill.) (WLS) -- Classes will resume Thursday at the east campus of Lake Park High School in Roselle.
Students were sent home because of a bomb threat Wednesday.
School officials say police were called to search the school after they receive an anonymous phone threat. The campus houses freshmen and sophomore classes.
Seventeen hundred students have been put on buses and sent home as a precaution. Parents were notified.
Nothing was found, but backpacks were searched.
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