Aurora University offering $25,000 reward after bomb threats
AURORA – Aurora University is offering a $25,000 reward for information leading to the identification and apprehension of those responsible for bomb threats emailed to the university Wednesday that led to the cancellation of classes.
"We regard a bomb threat as a very serious criminal matter and intend to seek full redress for the costs and inconvenience incurred," Aurora University President Rebecca Sherrick said in a message posted on AU's website. "To email or phone a threat of this kind is an act of domestic terrorism that all of us as Americans must work together to stop."
Sherrick urged anyone with information to contact AU's Campus Public Safety at 630-844-6140.
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