Maplewood teenager arrested for fake bomb threat

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By Lauren Regnier

A 15-year-old was arrested Tuesday night in connection with a fake bomb threat called in to the Roseville Area High School.

According to police, the teenager allegedly called the school Tuesday afternoon and left an anonymous voicemail saying he would "blow up" the school at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday, reported the Star Tribune.

Police and school officials searched the building at 240 W. County Road B2, but didn't find anything suspicious, reported the Pioneer Press.

During questioning the teenager admitted to the prank and was arrested and taken to the Ramsey County juvenile detention facility, reported the Pioneer Press.

Police are investigating if others were involved in the prank, reported the Star Tribune.

No other information can be disclosed because the case involves a minor.

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