Reward Offered After Pair Of Threats At Plymouth-Canton Schools
CANTON (WWJ) – Police in Canton hope a $2,000 reward will help them find whoever is behind a pair of threatening notes left at the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park this week.
Police hope the money will be motivation enough for someone who knows something to call them with the tip.
Investigators say two notes containing threatening material were found on campus.
The first note was slipped under a teacher’s door Monday, prompting a lockdown followed by early dismissal for students.
A second note was found by a student Wednesday in an open hallway, causing authorities to bring in the state police bomb squad as a precaution.
Police say the notes are similar enough that there may be a connection, although they would not elaborate much further.
The principal met with teachers and staff to discuss how to handle students or other teachers having difficulty.
Anyone with information is asked to call Canton Township Department of Public Safety at 734-394-5400 or submit anonymous tips to Crime Stoppers in three ways: by texting CSM and your tip to CRIMES (274637), by calling 1-800-SPEAK UP, or online at www.1800speakup.org.