UPDATE: According to the Ottawa County Sheriff's Office, a 15-year-old Grand Haven teen is behind the threat to Rosy Mound Elementary School. It was made over social media.
Detectives have made contact the teen and are working with the Ottawa County Prosecutor's Office for any potential charges. The name of the teen was not released and the incident remains under investigation.
GRAND HAVEN, Mich. - A Grand Haven Elementary School is closed and students have been relocated due to a "vague threat" Friday morning.
Grand Haven Area Public Schools have evacuated students at Rosy Mound Elementary School following the situation. They can be picked up at Lakeshore Middle School.
According to the district's Facebook, the school received an anonymous tip through OK2Say that there was a possible threat. The information was vague, so the district emptied the building as a precaution.
The district says students are safe.
The Ottawa County Sheriff's Office and Grand Haven Department of Public Safety are working together to investigate the situation. Anyone with information should contact Silent Observer at 1-877-88-SILENT or online through mosotips.com.
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