Person of interest detained after threat made to SF State, school officials say

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Tuesday, September 28, 2021
SF State moves to remote learning due to 'non-specific threat'
San Francisco State students are being asked to stay in their dorms and work remotely after an "anonymous, non-specific threat," school officials said.

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A person of interest is detained after an "anonymous, non-specific threat" made to San Francisco State University, school officials said.

Police are still continuing their investigation, but say there aren't any ongoing threats to the university campus or community.

All in-person instruction and services will continue to be remote today, school officials said.

Residential students are cleared to leave the residential area. University buildings, including the library, will remain closed.

The public safety presence on campus has been increased for the investigation.

Stay with ABC7 News for the latest details on this developing story.