Update 12:36 p.m.Auburn University said the Haley Center has reopened and will resume normal operations at 2 p.m. after this morning's report of a bomb threat, the school announced on Twitter."ALL CLEAR. Haley Center has reopened. Classes will resume in bldg at 2pm CT. Auburn Police have searched bldg & determined to be safe," Auburn said via its official emergency alert system.----Less than a week after Auburn University canceled classes due to a threatening message found on campus, the school has reported a bomb threat at the Haley Center, according to its Twitter account.In a tweet from @AUAlert, the university's official emergency alert account, Auburn said, "Bomb threat reported to Haley Center. Bldg being evacuated. Surrounding buildings not affected. Avoid Haley Center until further notice."Details surrounding the threat haven't been made available at this time. ABC 33/40 will continue to follow this developing story and provide updates as more information is released.Below is a tweet from a student showing an emergency message on a television monitor on campus.
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