Tuesday Morning Bomb Threat Believed to be Related to Friday’s Bomb Threat at Montgomery Mall; Both Determined Not Valid

On Tuesday, Montgomery County Police responded to the Bullis School (10601 Falls Rd) in Potomac for the report of a bomb threat. The school was evacuated and after several hours it was determined that the threat was not valid. MCPD tweeted that the school had been turned back over to Bullis administration and that it is believed this incident is related to a “swatting call” that occurred August 18 at Montgomery Mall (7101 Democracy Blvd) in Bethesda. 

Montgomery County Police tweeted the following at 12pm on Tuesday, August 22: “MCPD is at Bullis School for a reported bomb threat. School is being evacuated as a precaution. Currently investigating the validity of the report. More information will be released as it becomes available.” We will post an update when additional information is available.

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