MSU's Hannah Building reopened after bomb threat

The Detroit News

Police said they are allowing people to return to Michigan State University's Hannah Administration Building after a bomb threat was reported Friday.

Michigan State University's Hannah Administration Building, where board members meet

The building was reopened at 12:45 p.m., Emily Guerrant, MSU spokeswoman, said. 

"No suspicious materials found in the building," Guerrant said. "We are maintaining a police presence this afternoon for safety reasons, and the MSUPD investigation into the threat continues."

The alert was sent out to students at 11:23 a.m.

The building houses the president, other top officials and administrative offices. Samuel Stanley and trustees met a few hours ago in the building.

Michigan State University police continue to investigate the incident. Anyone with information about the threat should call the university police at who sees any unattended packages or suspicious activity and individuals are asked to report them to university police at (517) 355-2221. 

This story will be updated as more information becomes available.