Bomb threat forces evacuation at George Mason University

On George's Mason's campus, police are investigating an unconfirmed bomb threat at the Johnson Center.

FAIRFAX, VA. (WUSA9) - Police are evacuating the Johnson Center at George Mason University due to a bomb threat Thursday.

An alert was sent out to students and staff asking them to leave the building and to leave the area. 

Police said this is an isolated incident.

The Johnson Center will be closed until further notice as police investigate. Classes scheduled in the Johnson Center will be relocated if possible; if you are a student., contact your instructor for additional information.


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