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IU Police Investigating Bomb Threat

Last updated on Friday, November 13, 2009

(BLOOMINGTON, IN) - Indiana University Police are investigating a bomb threat called in for the Indiana University Kelly School of Business.

Police officials have released a surveillance photograph of the man they believe called in the threat to the Kelley School of Business.

According to Captain Jerry Minger, the false threat was made at around 9:00AM Monday to IU operators from the southern-most entrance on the east side of the Marsh Supermarket on Kinser Pike.

Minger is "hoping someone may have information. He may shop there or mentioned the act to someone."

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Surveillance image taken from Marsh Supermarket.
Photo Courtesy: Indiana University Police Department.

Police are describing the suspect as a white man wearing reddish-colored shorts or pulled-up sweat pants and a hoody with an emblem on the front.

Following the call, police searched the business school and found nothing unusual.

Authorities are asking that anyone with information call IU Police Department at 855-4111.

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