Cushing police investigating threats

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Updated: 3/12/2013 3:10 pm Published: 3/11/2013 8:39 am

The Cushing Police Department has identified two persons of interest in connection to a bomb threat at the Cushing High School.

Cushing Police, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Oklahoma Highway Patrol Bomb Squad worked together to investigate the threat. A search of the school turned up nothing suspicious.

Investigators say information from the tip line led them to a home in Tulsa which was searched and evidence was recovered. During the search investigators say they also identified two persons of interest in connection to the threat.

Detectives contacted one of the persons of interest who was out of state and the second person of interest remains at large in the Tulsa area. Cushing Police are working with outside.

Anyone with information about this crime is encouraged to contact the Cushing Police Department at (918) 225-1212 and ask to speak with Detective Adam Harp or Chief Tully Folden.

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