MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. (WXYZ) — UPDATE 1:20PM: An investigation determined that the bomb threat made was not credible.
According to a tweet from CMU police, "the threat originated from a hospital in another state.
UPDATE as of 1:20 p.m.: After a thorough investigation, @cmupd determined the bomb threat made this morning regarding Ronan Hall was not credible. The threat originated from a hospital facility in another state. https://t.co/HG1kKGiFtk— Central Michigan U. (@CMUniversity) August 8, 2019
UPDATE 1:06PM: Students allowed to return to campus after bomb threat at Ronan Hall. According to campus police, authorities have cleared the area.
Students at Central Michigan University have been asked to evacuate a building on campus after a bomb threat was made.
The threat was made against Ronan Hall. The public is asked to avoid that area as police investigate.
The @cmupd received information about a bomb threat regarding Ronan Hall. Those in Ronan should evacuate, report to the UC and notify their supervisors. Everyone should stay out of the area. Officers are on scene and investigating; more details will be released when available.— Central Michigan U. (@CMUniversity) August 8, 2019
According to a tweet from CMU, more details will be released when information is available.