Cape Cod Community College To Reopen After Bomb Threat
Cape Cod Community College is scheduled to reopen at noon Monday after a bomb threat was received.
Massachusetts State Police tell the Boston Globe that the treat was found written on a wall of the Barnstable campus on Sunday.
Barnstable Police then notified State Police Sunday night.
School officials left a recorded message at their hotline number saying that the campus was thoroughly searched by public safety personell, including K-9 units from the Massachusetts State Police.
The closure does not affect their Hyannis Center, which school officials say will open on Monday and operate on its regular schedule.