STOCKTON, Calif. — A bomb threat forced evacuations at San Joaquin Delta College Wednesday afternoon.
At around 3 p.m., San Joaquin Delta College police received reports from the Stockton Police Department that a bomb had been placed on the university's main campus in Stockton.
Since then, college officials provided an update saying they haven't found anything on the campus. Police are currently searching the area and evacuating those on campus as a safety precaution.
"If you are on, or in the vicinity, prepare immediately for possible evacuation," said the initial emergency alert from the university.
Just after 5 p.m., campus police gave an 'all clear' and said the motive behind the threat is unknown at this time. Normal campus operations resumed late Wednesday.
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