Nothing suspicious found in sweep of Aurora Univ.
AURORA (AP) — A police sweep of the Aurora University campus in suburban Chicago is complete and nothing suspicious has been found.
Aurora police spokesman Dan Ferrelli says the sweep was conducted in response to multiple emails containing bomb threats. The emails began around 8 a.m.
The university canceled classes and employees were sent home. University spokesman Steve McFarland says the school received three or four similar e-mails containing non-specific bomb threats.
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