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UNM issues all clear, police investigate bomb threat

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The University of New Mexico has issued an all clear after asking students to evacuate Mitchell, Ortega and Popejoy halls this morning due to an anonymous bomb threat.

An anonymous caller around 8am said their was a bomb in Mitchell, Ortega and Popejoy halls.

At 10:15am the bomb squad had found nothing and the school canceled the evacuation order and gave an all clear.

Classes will resume at 11am. 

 
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