Glasgow police cost 14-year-old boy after hoax bomb risk to highschool prompts evacuation

A teenage boy has been charged after a hoax name induced the evacuation of a college.

The malicious name was made to Corpus Christi Faculty within the Knightswood space on Wednesday morning.

Police had been known as to the scene and pupils had been evacuated as a search was carried out along side council employees.

Kids attending the college had been then allowed to return to their lecture rooms following the all-clear.

Officers have confirmed {that a} 14-year-old boy has been charged in reference to making the decision that induced ‘appreciable disruption and alarm to most people’.

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Police Scotland have additionally mentioned they’re following a ‘constructive line’ on enquiry in relation to a malicious name made to St Thomas Aquinas Faculty on Thursday.

Pupils had been pressured to evacuate the constructing and needed to be despatched dwelling whereas the second name was investigated. They had been then allowed to return to the constructing later within the day.

Chief Inspector Paul Douglas mentioned: “We takes hoax calls extraordinarily severely and can exhaust all avenues in tracing these accountable. They divert police assets and trigger appreciable disruption and alarm to most people.”


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