Police investigating threat at Twinfield Union School

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PLAINFIELD — Police are investigating a report of a threatening e-mail targeting Twinfield Union School in Plainfield.

On Thursday, authorities were notified that during the overnight hours, an unknown individual had sent an e-mail to a faculty member of the school.

The e-mail, which was discovered shortly before the report was made, referenced a shooting at the school to be carried out at a future date.

The Vermont State Police took all reports of school threats seriously and troopers from the Berlin Field Station responded to the school.

Upon arrival, police say nothing was found to be amiss and troopers coordinated with school officials.

The school remained open with modified operations.

Troopers maintained a presence at the school for most of the day and no further incidents occurred.

Police say they are still investigating the origin of the e-mail.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact the VSP Berlin Barracks at 802-229-9191.

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