- Associated Press - Saturday, November 1, 2014

OXFORD, Ohio (AP) - Miami University says a reward has been offered for information about two bomb threats made against a campus building.

University spokeswoman Claire Wagner says the threats Thursday and Friday were against Hughes Hall. Wagner says the building houses the school’s chemistry and biochemistry department.

Wagner says officials notified the campus after the first threat was received late Thursday. She said the second threat was received Friday and the building remained closed that day as bomb-sniffing dogs continued to search, finding nothing.

Wagner says the building is scheduled to reopen Monday.

She says Miami police and the FBI’s Cincinnati office are investigating.

A university notice says a reward of up to $1,000 from Crime Stoppers is possible for details leading to the arrest of whoever is responsible for the threats.

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