A search of Kenwood Elementary School Monday found no bomb.
A bomb threat was received in the mail Monday afternoon, according to Bowling Green Superintendent Francis Scruci.
Police are still looking for the person who sent the threat.
Around 3:30 p.m., after school was let out, Scruci said he received a called from Kenwood Principal Kathleen Daney saying she had just opened a letter that came in the mail. Inside was a hand-scribbled letter stating that a pipe bomb had been placed in the school. The letter reportedly had a return address on the envelope.
Bowling Green Police Division was called, and a sweep of the building was conducted in search of any explosive device.
The police presence is increased at all the district’s buildings on Tuesday.