Police will be at NH high school as precaution following invalid Snapchat threat
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New Hampshire State Police will have officers at a New Hampshire high school today following their investigation into an alleged threat via social media Wednesday.
The move follows the investigation into what police say was an invalid threat made through a mobile device app called Snapchat.
New Hampshire State Police issued a statement that the threat made against Fall Mountain Regional High School Wednesday was "not a credible threat."
Snapchat is an app for mobile devices that allows users to record and send video clips with a duration of less than 10 seconds that self-destruct after viewing.
Police said, "the public is not in any danger as the involved individual(s) have been located and interviewed. There will be Troopers from New Hampshire State Police at Fall Mountain Regional High School during the school day on May 25, 2017 as a normal course of duty."
Police are asking that anyone with information pertaining to the investigation to contact State Trooper Noah Sanctuary at 603-358-3333.