Comeaux High Evacuated After Bomb Threat Found, Lafayette Police Say
LAFAYETTE, La. (KPEL News) - One Lafayette parish high school was evacuated after a threat was found in a bathroom, prompting law enforcement to act.
According to KLFY, Comeaux High School has been on lockdown since a bomb threat was found in a school bathroom Friday morning.
Lafayette police confirmed to the TV station that "a message was found written on a bathroom wall about a bomb being in the school" and that "The school was evacuated around 8:30 a.m. and the law enforcement is on scene to check the campus."
There has been no update from the Lafayette Parish School Board or Lafayette Police Department at this time.
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