Police determine West Shore threat was not credible
The Milford Police Department Detective Division has been investigating the origin and credibility of a threat involving West Shore Middle School and determined that it is not credible, police said in a press release issued Wednesday at 2 p.m.
“Investigators have developed information that the threat is non-credible and that the source of this threat is not local,” police said. “As a result of these developments, the Milford Board of Education will be resuming school services at the West Shore Middle School on June 11.”
A School Resource Officer will be assisting the Milford Board of Education tomorrow, police said.
Police are continuing with the investigation.
The Milford Board of Education suspended school services at West Shore Middle School on Wednesday to ensure the safety and security of students and staff. In addition to the four School Resource Officers already in Milford’s schools, the police department provided an increased police presence and assistance to the schools.