WICHITA FALLS (CBSDFW.COM) — Frightening moments at Wichita Falls High School after a bomb threat was called in on the very first day of school — August 12.

According to police in the city it was around 2:40 p.m. — just before the bell rang to release students for the day — when a call was received reporting a bomb left in a backpack. The entire campus was evacuated, with no injuries reported.

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In addition to Wichita Falls Fire and Police, the Denton Police Department Bomb Squad and a team from Sheppard Air Force Base all responded to the school, but no bombs were found.

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Wichita Falls police say the case is under investigation and they continue their search for the person who made the terroristic threat.

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Anyone who knows the identity of the caller or has information about the bomb threat is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 940-322-9888. A reward of up to $500 is being offered.

CBSDFW.com Staff