Concord police say school threat unfounded

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CONCORD — Police say they have determined that there was no credible threat of any kind at Rundlett Middle School.

On February 6, authorities became aware of a social media post involving a possible threat.

The social media post and its origination were investigated, police say.

The individuals responsible have been identified.

Concord police say they have been able to determine that there was no credible threat of any kind.

“Every safety precaution has been taken,” the department said in a statement.

The Concord School District has requested an additional police presence at RMS out of an abundance of caution.

Again, there was never any credible threat, police say.

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