High Point, Greensboro courthouses reopen after bomb threat

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GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — The High Point and Greensboro courthouses have reopened after two bomb threats Monday morning.

At about 9:42 a.m., the High Point Courthouse received a call stating a bomb was in the building. Less than 10 minutes later, the Greensboro Courthouse a second bomb threat call that said the bomb was in their building.

Both buildings were searched and cleared for safety before anyone was allowed to return to the building and no explosive devices were located in either courthouse, Guilford County Sheriff BJ Barnes said in a press release.

The investigation is ongoing.