Bomb threat reported at Hartford Union High School

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HARTFORD — The Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Department’s Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) unit and EOD K-9s responded to a bomb threat at Hartford Union High School on Thursday, October 4th.

Staff reported a hand-written message on a bathroom wall implying an explosive device would be detonated at the school on a future date. The EOD unit was called shortly after that.

A complete search of the school was done and no explosive devices were located. At this point, officials believe the threat is a “copycat” offense. But the specific contents of the note discovered are not being released for investigative reasons.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is encouraged to contact the Hartford Police Department at 262-673-2600. Citizens can also provide information they have about this incident while remaining anonymous via the Washington County Law Enforcement Tip Program at 800-232-0594. Information leading to an arrest can result in a reward for the tipster.

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