A bomb threat directed at a central Ohio district now has international ties.
According to a police report, the threatening email came through Iceland.
Police have determined whoever sent the email used a company that provides private, untraceable email access.
The threat was also made through the police department's anonymous online tip line.
The email was sent to several district administrators late last month and prompted district leaders to delay classes for two hours.
A police spokeswoman said that detectives have exhausted all leads, and are still seeking tips from the public.
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