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Mass threat under investigation at Auburn University

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The City of Auburn Police Department is investigating a mass threat.

A photo of the written threat is circulating on social media. AU ALERT sent a text to students Tuesday night saying the rumor of a threat is not substantiated.

Classes have not been canceled as of Tuesday night. The police department will have extra patrols throughout the campus Wednesday.

If you need to report suspicious activity, contact the City of Auburn Police Department at (334) 501-3100 or call 911.

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