Bomb threat closes Muskegon Community College campuses
Muskegon Community College locations are closed for the day after receiving a bomb threat on Monday morning.
An MCC spokesperson says a written threat was discovered Monday morning in a bathroom at the college’s Grand Haven Community Center location.
The college's west Michigan campuses are closed for the rest of the day, including locations in Muskegon, Ottawa and Newaygo counties.
All buildings were said to be evacuated by about 9:30 a.m.
The college says Grand Haven, Muskegon and Newaygo County police searched campus locations and gave an all-clear by about midday on Monday.
Classes will resume on Tuesday.
MCC students, faculty and other employees can check the college's web portal for further information as it becomes available.