(THUNDER BAY, ON) – After numerous anonymous and ultimately empty threats made to the staff and students at Hammarskjold High School, the school board has announced a reward for anyone who snitches.
In a text message sent out earlier today, the Lakehead Public School Board announced a $5000 reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for the threats being made to the school.
4 anonymous threats have been made which have shut down the school and put numerous other schools into a “hold and secure” pattern, thus interrupting the regular school day.
The Thunder Bay Police Service stated that the threats have ranged from threats of a school shooting to explosions, all deemed to be empty after extensive searches were completed at the school everytime.
The community is also fed up with the constant disruption of the school year, with many parents and citizens wondering why the perpetrator has not been apprehended yet.
Anyone with any information is urged to contact the dedicated tip line at the Thunder Bay Police Service 807-684-5001.
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