SALINA, Kan. — Police are investigating after another threatening note was found at a Salina high school.
On Wednesday, a note was found at Salina High School Central that said bombs were planted at that school as well as Salina High School South.
Police were called, and officers were able to identify a suspect: a student under the age of 18. Officers were confident there were no bombs, and classes were held as usual with no lockdown or extra enforcement.
Salina Police are now trying to determine if this case is connected to two other threats made last month. On April 29, someone found a note at Central saying a bomb had been placed somewhere in the building. The school was searched but nothing was found.
Two weeks before that, another note was found indicating that violence would be committed at the school.
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