School officials in Crane are offering five hundred dollars to the person who can tell them who is responsible for leaving left a note at the high school saying there was a bomb in the school Wednesday (02-23-11) morning.
Crane police chief John Elmore says a company the school contracts with to conduct drug searches has a dog that is certified to locate bombs.
Elmore says, "The dog made a full sweep of the school and found nothing. Due to the location and the time it was discovered all indications at this point lead us to believe it was a student that left it."
An automated system alerted parents and advised them they could pick up their children. However, most decided to let them spend the day at school.
Calls to Superintendent Billy Redus have not been returned.