Newtown church evacuated due to phoned in bomb threat

Religious services meant for mourning in Newtown, Conn., were interrupted by a a bomb threat Sunday. This occurred during Mass at St. Rose of Lima Roman Catholic Church just two days after the massacre at that town’s Sandy Hook Elementary School, which left 27 dead, including 20 first graders.

“I’m going to kill everyone there. My friend didn’t finish the job,” the man said according to Business Insider.

The church was immediately evacuated and searched by the police. It will remain closed to the public until Monday morning.

Read more at the Los Angeles Times.

Below are two brief televised news reports.


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