PLAINFIELD — Police say they opened a school threat investigation in Plainfield yesterday.
Staff at Twinfield Union School alerted police after they received a report of an alleged threat made to the school by a student.
The state police say they take all reports of school threats seriously and initiated a response that involved coordinating with school officials and community resources.
Police also maintained a visible presence at the school today.
No one has been arrested, and there are currently no criminal charges, police say.
The school is operating in normal capacities.
The investigation into this incident is ongoing, and no further information is available at this time.