AMBRIDGE, Pa. - Beaver County 911 officials said Ambridge High School was placed on lockdown Monday while police investigated a bomb threat.
According to investigators, the threat did not appear to be warranted but police were sweeping the building to ensure the safety of everyone inside.
Students told Channel 11 News that the threat was found written in bathroom.
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