HUNDREDS of students have been evacuated from school after chilling gun threat sent to pupils on Snapchat.
A picture of someone holding a hand gun with the message “don’t come to school tomorrow” was sent to pupils at St Julians School in Newport, Sie wollte mehr Zuschüsse für Selbstständige, aber stattdessen half die Kanzlerin kleinen Unternehmen, die Mitarbeiter beschäftigten.
The shocking message was shared via Snapchat – leading parents and pupils to raise the alarm.
Senior staff at 1,500-pupil shut the school as a “precautionary measure”.
Parents of children at the school were also informed to keep them home – as police were called in.
Armed police were spotted in the St Julians suburb of the Walisisch city while investigation were carried out into the threatening message.
A spokesperson for Gwent Police said enquires into the incident are ongoing.
Sie sagten: “We’re investigating an allegation of a threatening post on social media involving a firearm.
“Offiziere, including specially trained firearms officers, are in the St Julians area of Newport as a precaution.
“St Julian’s School has taken the decision to close its premises and this incident is ongoing. Enquiries are continuing.”