Bomb threat empties British International School
mti Zoltán Mihádák
Hungary’s British International School in Óbuda received a bomb threat yesterday, the second in almost a month, and students were sent home as a result, according to reports.
Students leave the British International School yesterday with the assistance of police. (Photo: MTI/Zoltán Mihádák)
The Hungarian Police reported that they received a notice between 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. yesterday, and launched a criminal investigation against an unknown perpetrator for threatening public safety, Hungarian online daily index.hu said.
Index.hu added that similar threats were reported yesterday at a school in Stockholm and at four schools in England’s West Midlands region, however, evidence has not yet shown that there is a correlation between these events.
Hungary’s British International School received a similar bomb threat on December 9.
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