PUEBLO — The Pueblo County Sheriff's Office reports the bomb threat to the Hasan School of Business at Colorado State University in Pueblo has been resolved and that campus may return to normal activities.
The incident on campus has been resolved by the Pueblo County Sheriff's Office. The campus may return to normal activities. Thank you for making safety on our campus a priority. https://t.co/FiuRsw0SKA— CSU Pueblo (@CSUPueblo) June 28, 2022
Details are limited at this time.
The university had previously asked everyone to leave the building and avoid the area until the sheriff's office gives the all clear.
In neighboring Crowley County, the Sheriff posted a message on Facebook after receiving calls from residents about a text message threatening harm if certain public officials do not resign.
Sheriff Terry Reaves wrote, "We are not taking this lightly and have taken steps to protect our citizens. I would ask for anyone who has received this message to please call the Sheriff’s Office as soon as possible."
It is unknown if the two threats are related.
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