Azusa Pacific University Evacuates Campuses Following Threats

AZUSA (CNS) - Azusa Pacific University campuses were evacuated today in response to multiple "suspicious messages of a threatening nature," including a bomb threat, university officials said.

The university issued an emergency alert announcing the evacuations about 5:40 p.m., and shortly after asked students living on campus to "shelter in place in their living areas."

Students not on campus were asked to stay away, as access to the university was blocked off.

University officials said the evacuations included anyone at its numerous regional campuses, including Monrovia, Orange County, Koreatown, Inland Empire, High Desert, Murrieta and San Diego.

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