MESA, AZ — Mesa police say they've given the "all clear" after a bomb threat forced the evacuation of Mesa High School Wednesday morning.
The students were transported to Mountain View High School early Wednesday by bus as police investigated.
Mesa police say as many as six students were evaluated for heat-related illness during the evacuation but are said to be recovering well.
Police say no suspicious device or anything considered dangerous was found on the campus.
Officials say classes will resume Thursday as scheduled.
No arrests have been made but officials say they have a couple leads. They said both people they’re looking at are juveniles.— Patrick Hayes (@ABC15Patrick) September 15, 2021
No word on what charges, if any, they could face.
Phoenix police, Tempe police, MCSO, and the AFT all assisted in the investigation.
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