BOSTON (WHDH) — A field alert was lifted at Northeastern University after it was issued late Thursday night after a bomb threat was allegedly made, according to Boston police.
The University Police Department said at 10:40 p.m. that police activity was ongoing at the Curry Student Center. A NU alert at the time asked the campus community to avoid the area and seek shelter while emergency services arrived.
According to the Boston Police Department, a suspected bomb threat was reported that evening, and a bomb squad was on the scene at 346 Huntington Ave.
In an update at 11:17 p.m., campus police said the on-site guard warning had been lifted, but that students and staff were still urged to avoid the student center as well as Snell Quad.
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