It's been more than a week since a bomb threat shut down the entire Sulphur School System, but parents are still concerned.
Word spread through Sulphur that one of the notes left on the doors indicated bombs placed inside would detonate in 10 days.
But authorities said not to worry, and school went on as usual on Friday.
Parents have phoned the police, and the Sulphur Police Chief says he thinks someone got a glimpse of what one of the notes said and filled in what they didn't know.
Last Wednesday, school employees found typed letters taped to the front doors of all the buildings saying bombs were inside and it wasn't a hoax. Explosive-sniffing dogs combed the entire complex and turned up nothing.
Ten days later, police say they have no leads. The notes are being sent off to OSBI for further investigation. Police say that's the only piece of evidence they have to go on right now.
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