Student who made school threat in Asker released

Sifted student released after school threat in AskerOslo 20160114. Mobiltelefon med appen Jodel, som gjør det mulig å kommunisere anonymt. Photo: Marianne Løvland / NTB scanpix
The student at Vollen school in Asker who was arrested Friday after making threats to the school  has now been released.
The student was released Friday night after being interrogated by the police, the newspaper VG writes.
According to the police,  no weapon were found at the school or on the student.
The police were notified of a  video  with a filmed threat from the student on YouTube / Jodel on  Friday morning .
Armed police immediately arrived at the  school and got the situation and the student who is believed to have made the threats under control. The police do not want to make any  details on the nature of the threats public. No one was injured in the incident.
 Threats to other schools have been made before via the German mobile app Jodel. At the beginning of February,  NCIS announced that they have asked the founders of message service for their cooperation in  identifying those who are behind the threats.
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today

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