POLICE received a bomb threat at the former Carmichael Primary School yesterday morning, the same day Prime Minister Perry Christie and other officials were present for the institution’s renaming ceremony.
However, according to Matthew Edgecombe, an officer at the Carmichael Road Police Station, the threat was a prank.
The bomb threat came in around 9am, according to reports.
The officer told the media that while police took the threat seriously and swept the area for explosives, they did not find anything dangerous.
The renaming ceremony, attended by Mr Christie, Governor General Dame Marguerite Pindling, and education officials, went on as planned.
The school is now called the Sybil Strachan Primary School, after the deceased veteran educator.
duppyVAT 8 years, 2 months ago
Sooooooooooo, has the police identify the source of the call as yet?????? Please use the 4GLTE system at BTC and find the culprits!!!!!!! Or just call in BJs National Intelligence Agency ......... BOL
licks2 8 years, 2 months ago
AND THE CRAZY BEGINS. . .GOD HELP OUR NATION. . .A GOVERNMENT WHO WILL NOT DO RIGHT OR SEE THIS NATION AS OURS AND NOT THEIRS. . .AND A PEOPLE THAT ARE SOOOOOOOOO FRUSTRATED. . . .THE MEDIA IS NOW CALLING FOR A QUITE REVOLUTION. . .SOME BONE HHEAD CALLIN IN A BOMB THREAT TO WHERE THE PM IS GOING!! THE WATCH WORD ON THE STREET IS "TWO MORE YEARS IS TOO LONG WITH THESE GUYS".
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