Ten New Hampshire colleges and universities received bomb threats via telephone on Tuesday.

The Department of Safety said the threats came from the same phone number, which may have been spoofed. The caller may be from overseas, and appears to be coming from a spoofed number.

None of the threats are considered credible, and all are under investigation, according to the Department of Safety.

A threat was made against Great Bay Community College off Milton Road in Rochester leading to an evaculation of the Lilac Mall. Rochester Poice later said the threat was a hoax.

Patch reported that the New Hampshire Department of Education at the Granite State College building in Concord received one of the threats.

Contact reporter Dan Alexander at Dan.Alexander@townsquaremedia.com or via Twitter @DanAlexanderNH

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