SF police clear bomb threat that prompted high school evacuation

San Francisco police have cleared the bomb threat that prompted the evacuation of a high school in the Outer Richmond early Friday, but have not made an arrest.

A caller phoned in the threat to George Washington High School around 9:10 a.m. and the campus was, as a result, evacuated in “an abundance of caution,” said San Francisco Police Department spokesperson Officer Giselle Talkoff.

The school was rendered safe around 11:30 a.m., police said.

Talkoff said a bomb squad geared up to clear the building about an hour after the threat was called in.

The school is located on 32nd Avenue between the busy corridors of Geary Boulevard and Balboa Street.

Washington High was previously shut down monetarily because of a bomb threat in May, when police brass said an erratic man threatened to blow up the school.

It’s unclear if police have made an arrest in that incident.

This is a breaking news story. Check back here later for updates.

The dunk heard ‘round the world: How Andrew Wiggins has lifted the Warriors

Soft-spoken assassin has been a key element to Golden State’s success

Steph Curry’s keys to Warriors closing out the Mavericks

Golden State legend has been there before. And he knows how to get it done

Everybody loves Boban: Talking basketball with the NBA’s most beloved big man

The Mavericks’ Marjanović speaks in his native language about the Balkan influence on the NBA