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Texas A&M 'all clear' after bomb threat

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COLLEGE STATION, TX (KLTV) -

Officials at Texas A&M University say the campus is all clear after a bomb threat closed a building on campus this morning.

At 9:51 a.m., Texas A&M University reported a bomb threat at Clayton Williams Alumni Center. The word "bomb" was found written on a restroom mirror in the facility.

The building was evacuated and people have been instructed to avoid the area. No other buildings are affected at this time.

After searching the building, no bomb was located.

This was the second bomb threat at Texas A&M this week. On Wednesday, it was reported that there was a bomb at Kyle Field.

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