Two Brooklyn high schools were evacuated Monday morning after receiving suspected bomb threats, sources said.
The threats were leveled at Edward R. Murrow High School in Midwood and New Utrecht High School in Bensonhurst but no suspicious packages were found in the morning.
An anonymous person called the NYC SAFE hotline and started making threatening remarks towards the two schools, cops confirmed to The Post.
Police couldn’t immediately confirm the nature of the threats but sources said they were bomb threats.
Both schools, which are located about three miles from each other, were evacuated.
Students at Murrow were left waiting outside in the freezing temperatures without their coats amid the rushed evacuations.
No suspicious packages were found during sweeps of the schools, a source said.
Teachers and students were allowed back in shortly after 9 a.m., according to cops on the scene.
Additional reporting by Tina Moore and Kevin Sheehan
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