Bomb threats reach University of Pittsburgh chancellor
The DOJ, FBI, and campus police are investigating a bomb threat at the home of the University of Pittsburgh’s chancellor and five other threats on university buildings.
April 11, CNN – (Pennsylvania) String of bomb threats reaches University of Pittsburgh chancellor. An April 10 bomb threat at the home of the University of Pittsburgh’s chancellor in Pittsburgh was followed by five other threats on university buildings early April 11, according to a school spokesman.
A total of 55 buildings on the Pittsburgh campus have received dozens of threats since February 13.
Some buildings have faced more than one threat.
The Department of Justice, the FBI, and the University of Pittsburgh police are investigating.
Source: Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report, 13 April 2012