Shabbona 'safe, secure' despite graffiti-sparked bomb concerns
Bomb squad walks through school out of 'abundance of caution'
Shabbona Middle School was deemed "safe and secure" by the Cook County Bomb Squad Thursday night after a feared bomb threat was written on a boys bathroom wall.
The graffiti was found in the bathroom located off the art room on the east side of the building, said Superintendent Teri Shaw of Morris Elementary School District 54. Parents and staff were notified Thursday evening of the situation.
“I’m bringing the boom to Shabona on 11/16/12" was written on the wall. Shabbona was spelled incorrectly in the graffiti, said Shaw.
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