Police with sniffer dog move in at QC after online threats

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An online threat by the same person/persons involved in threats against School of the Nations surfaced against the Bishop’s High School and Queen’s College today.

At Queen’s College, no one was being allowed in as the Police investigated the matter.

A group of Policemen with a sniffer dog at the back of the vehicle was seen entering and leaving the compound of Queen’s College.

At an emergency meeting, parents were told that the school was on high-security alert.

After the threat against School of the Nations and the shooting of its director Dr Brian O’Toole, the Police had promised regular patrols at schools.

On Friday afternoon, the Police presence was anything but ordinary. Frustrated parents were left standing as the incident unfolded.

This online threat was posted from the same account of the person who issued previous threats.

Frustrated parents were left standing as the incident unfolded.

It was followed up by at least two others.

As time unfolded, students were allowed to leave the school, but no one was being allowed to enter the compound.

The guard even at one point wanted to restrict the Police from entering.

Police Commander, Marlon Chapman has since noted that the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) is investigating.

On Wednesday, Police Commissioner Leslie James said that four past and current students of School of the Nations have been questioned.

 

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