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The bomb threat at Berthoud High School in December originated from a prank call from two 9-year-olds, according to a Larimer County Sheriff’s Office investigation.
The school was evacuated the morning of Dec. 6 and nothing suspicious was found after a search. Students were either moved to Ivy Stockwell Elementary or sent home.
The children made the prank call to Thompson School District, said David Moore, public information officer for the sheriff’s office. They cannot be prosecuted because of their ages, and the case has been closed.
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