Cst. Mark Foreman stands at the parking lot entrance to Northwest Community College where RCMP vehicles are blocking entrances to make sure no one enters the property. A bomb threat was called in earlier this morning and college buildings are being evacuated.

Police evacuate college after bomb threat called in

Officers ask people to stay off McConnell Drive between Floyd and Hwy 113.

  • Tue Oct 2nd, 2012 3:00pm
  • News

TERRACE RCMP are evacuating Northwest Community College after a bomb threat was called in at approximately 9:30 a.m. today.

Police are also asking people to stay off McConnell Drive between Floyd St. and Hwy 113.

“We’re evacuating people so we don’t want people coming back,” said Const. Mark Foreman, as he was standing in front of a police vehicle blocking the entrance to the college parking lot.

Police are still clearing the buildings and they have brought in their emergency services command vehicle, in case the incident gets drawn out.

Reports say a bomb sniffing dog is on its way here.