Classes resume at Dallas Baptist University after authorities find no bomb devices

Classes and other activities resumed Wednesday at Dallas Baptist University after authorities searched the campus and didn’t discover any devices following a bomb threat.

Police at the Dallas Baptist University received a phone call regarding a bomb and armed threat Tuesday on the campus.

Dallas Baptist University canceled classes and went into a lockdown Tuesday after it received the threat, university officials said.

No one was injured and authorities swept the campus, the university wrote in a message posted to Twitter.

Following an extensive search, no bomb was discovered on campus, university officials said.

The school wrote about 1 p.m. Tuesday it was evacuating the campus immediately due to a threat and “THIS IS NOT A DRILL.”

Those who couldn’t evacuate the main campus, the school wrote, were asked to go to the Burg Center.

A tweet at 1:35 p.m. from the school said the campus was on lockdown and any non-emergency personnel would not be allowed on campus.

Authorities went through every building and room to ensure the safe return for students and faculty.

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