Legacy High School, Bismarck PD receive bomb threats

BISMARCK, N.D. - Two more bomb threats have been reported in Bismarck.

Legacy High School had yet another bomb threat Thursday morning. And Wednesday, the Bismarck police Department also received a bomb threat.

The city of Bismarck has experienced seven bomb threats in the past 10 days.

Five were to Legacy High School, one to the Bismarck Police Department and another to South Walmart.

The threat to the Bismarck Police Department was Wednesday at 7:16 p.m. Dispatch got a call from a man who said he's going to bomb the police department.

Sgt Mark Bushena said they can't say if this threat is linked to Legacy's threats.

Legacy High School also got another bomb threat Thursday morning at 6:27.

A Bismarck Police Department school resource officer paired up with Legacy's principal to sweep the building, nothing was found.

Bismarck Deputy Police Chief Randy Ziegler said there was no disruption to the school and they're not increasing their presence at the high school.

"It's a very serious offense. Not only looking at criminal offenses, but it also really disrupts the students and not so much the class, but it's truly an emotional toll that takes on everybody involved; students and parents, as well," said Bushena.

If you know any information about these threats please call call crime stoppers at 2-2-4 tips.