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Worth Co. Elementary School out of class because of bomb threat

Worth County Elementary School students will remain outdoors until their parents pick them up at normal time.

Sylvester Police responded to the school because of a bomb threat in the girls bathroom. They did not find anything when they searched the school.

Worth County School released this statement about the indictment.

"Sylvester, Georgia-January 29, 2013 –Worth County Elementary students have been evacuated from the building.  The students are safe and will be released at their normal time. Students who ride the bus home will board their bus at Worth County Middle School. Students who are pick-ups can be picked up at the baseball field behind Worth County Middle School. Parents will be able to enter the field from the corner of Isabella Street and Hughes Street."

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