February 2, 2008
Valdosta - A bomb threat forced Police to evacuate a residence hall at Valdosta State University. Now they're offering a reward to find the culprit.
Valdosta State University Police evacuated Centennial Hall after they received a bomb threat just before midnight.
The Valdosta Fire Department and Moody Air Force Base K-9 team assisted in the search of the three story building, which was deemed safe several hours later.
Students were allowed back in the residence hall at 4:00 Saturday morning.
Police say they are now offering a $5000 reward for information that may lead to an arrest and conviction of the caller.
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