Mar 8, 2011 12:58 PM by David Ortiviz
CSU-Pueblo is asking students and staff to be more alert about suspicious activity. The university found a bomb threat letter in the student center, which reported an incident might take place on Wednesday. However, the university says at this time it doesn't believe there is any imminent threat to safety.
CSU-Pueblo says it has informed everyone on campus about the threat. "We want to raise their awareness," said Cora Zaletel, a spokesperson for CSU-Pueblo. Classes will continue as scheduled.
Here is the message CSU-Pueblo sent out today:
We have received a threat to campus. At this time we are recommending that you check your area for suspicious packages or people and report anything that is out of place to campus law enforcement or by calling 911. We will keep you up to date as the investigation continues.
Jason A. Turner
Environmental Health and Safety
Colorado State University-Pueblo