York University’s Glendon Campus given all-clear after graffiti bomb threat

Toronto police cruiser file photo.
Toronto police cruiser file photo. Lars Hagberg/Canadian Press/File

Students at York University‘s Glendon College have been given the all-clear to return to campus after a bomb threat prompted an evacuation Monday morning.

Just before 10:30 a.m., campus security and Toronto Police responded to a bomb threat scrawled in graffiti in a bathroom at the college’s Centre of Excellence building, Glendon College said in a tweet.

The campus was evacuated while police investigated the building.

Students were given the all-clear to return to campus just over a half hour later, Toronto Police tweeted.

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Meanwhile, at York University’s Keele campus, police investigated after a bullet was reported to have been fired through a window of the Scott Library. The university later confirmed that a bottle had been thrown at the window, and there was no bullet. There were no injuries.

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