PHOENIX - Students were seen returning to their Phoenix school after a bomb threat Thursday morning.
The Phoenix police bomb squad responded to the call at Longview Elementary at 12th Street and Indian School Road around 8:15 a.m., according to Osborn Elementary School District spokeswoman Wilma Basnett.
A female subject with a "muffled voice" called in the bomb threat, said Phoenix police Sgt. Trent Crump.
She was very specific about where the bomb was located, but nothing was found, Crump said.
Students were sent to Montecito Elementary until the bomb squad gave the all clear, Basnett said.
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