Bomb Threat Investigation Shuts Down SFSU

NBC Bay Area

San Francisco State University's main campus remains closed Thursday evening as the school's police search buildings following a bomb threat.

According to the San Francisco State University Police Department, buildings were being searched one by one by officers.

In addition, because of the campus' closure, all finals scheduled for Thursday evening will be rescheduled, police said.

Classes will resume Friday after police found the bomb threat had no merit. The campus was deemed safe at about 6:20 p.m.

Police first reported the bomb threat on Twitter at 2:19 p.m.

The threat led to most of the campus being evacuated. Some housing on campus remains unaffected, police said.

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