Sources: Bathroom doors down, security present after Cathedral of Learning bomb threats
Security has been increased at the Cathedral of Learning on the University of Pittsburgh's campus after three recent bomb threats.
Channel 11's Vince Sims reported that the doors to bathroom stalls in the men's room have been removed and a security guard has been hired to patrol the bathrooms.
Students said they're now concerned about their privacy.
"I think it's extremely inappropriate and I think they should work more on their security measures instead of taking away our privacy," said student Dan Cesnalis. "I'd even rather have metal detectors at the door than have my bathroom privacy taken away from me. That's ridiculous."
Officials said the three bomb threats were reported on March 14th, 19th and 22nd.
Robert Hill, chancellor of public affairs for the University of Pittsburgh, confirmed that the doors were removed from the bathroom. He said a person of interest has been identified in the case.