DEER PARK, Wash. (AP) - Students at Deer Park High School in that community north of Spokane were sent home for the day after one student found a bomb threat written inside a restroom.
The Spokesman-Review reports ( http://is.gd/M88zXx) that the message "Bomb goes off at 1 today" was written in felt-tip pen inside a girls' bathroom stall. A smiley face followed the threat.
Spokane County sheriff's spokesman Craig Chamberlin said bomb-sniffing dogs swept the campus parking lot and interior Wednesday but found no indication of a bomb.
Chamberlin says his office takes making a bomb threat "very seriously."
Information from: The Spokesman-Review, http://www.spokesman.com
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