BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — Buffalo State College closed their campus and canceled classes for the rest of Thursday as authorities investigate a bomb threat.
The threat was made around 10:45 a.m. According to authorities, it targeted academic buildings. At the time, commuters and non-essential employees were told to leave campus.
Those who live on campus were told to return to their residence halls, they can now leave their rooms.
Just after 5:30 p.m., the college’s University Police said they’ve found no evidence that proves the threat credible. They add that out of an abundance of caution classes are canceled on March 25. Spring break for Buff State students starts March 28.
Many campus services will be closed Thursday night, students who live on campus will have meals delivered to their rooms. The Campbell Student Union and Dining Services will reopen on March 25.
Normal operations for all employees will resume on March 28.
Anyone with information about the threat is asked to call University Police at (716) 878-6333 or the anonymous tip line at (716) 878-3166.
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