A bomb threat called into the Jewish Community Center in Woodbridge, Connecticut on Tuesday forced the evacuation of 300 campers and other young people.
According to Fox61 News, Police investigated and found that the phone call was a hoax. There was no bomb.
The call came in at around 10 a.m to the JCC’s welcome desk. The anonymous caller made anti-Semitic comments and threatened to blow up a bomb in the building. With the current rise in anti-Semitic incidents, the center was taking no chances, reported stopantisemitism.org.
The JCC campus was evacuated. Police were contacted. FBI agents joined local and state police in the search for a potential explosive device. Three bomb-sniffing canine units brought to the scene confirmed that there were no explosives on the campus.... Read More: Arutz-7