Bomb Threat at St. Edward High School: UPDATE

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The man suspected of threatening to blow up St. Edward High School
  • LAKEWOOD POLICE
  • The man suspected of threatening to blow up St. Edward High School
Lakewood police are looking for a man suspected of robbing the Key Bank on Warren Road and threatening to blow up St. Edward High School.

Police say the suspected robber passed a note to a bank teller this morning saying that he would blow up St. Edward High School if he didn't get the money. The school was notified, prompting an evacuation for several hours. (The building was cleared and students were allowed back in around 1 p.m.)

Here's what students are saying as they fill out the social media airwaves this morning:

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