CAMAS VALLEY, Ore. -- Deputies are investigating a threat made towards a high school in Douglas County.
The Douglas County Sheriff's Office was notified of a suspicious note found at Camas Valley High School. The note specifically referenced a bomb threat at the school.
Deputies are investigating and said they will arrest those responsible for the threat.
The sheriff's office takes all threats seriously and has been working closely with the school.
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