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March 14, 2014

Goshen police, high school officials, deal with graffiti bomb threat

GOSHEN — Extra police are at Goshen High School today due to a bomb threat written on a girls bathroom mirror Thursday.

According to a statement read by a school district employee, the threat was left on a second-floor girls bathroom. Parents were notified of the threat and given the option of not sending their children to school today.

Messages were left for Superintendent Diane Woorthworth and Principal Barry Younghans, who were unavailable for comment this morning. Goshen Police have also yet to respond to inquires from The News regarding the incident. Check back to www.goshennews.com for further updates.

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