DOYLESTOWN, Pa. - Police officers are on hand after a threat referencing Sept. 11 was found written in a bathroom stall in a Bucks County school.
Officers are patrolling Central Bucks West High School in Doylestown as a precaution Monday.
Central Bucks police told 69 News a student found a note written on a toilet paper holder saying there would be a school shooting on 9/11.
Police said the student who reported the note was not involved.
Principal Timothy Donovan told parents the situation was promptly addressed to ensure the safety of students and teachers.
The school will excuse the absences of any students if parents decide to keep their children home.
Several police detectives and school officials patrolled the school this morning and will be in and out of the school the rest of the week as a precaution.
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