BOMB SCARE CLEARS VOORHEES students forced to leave their cars behind

Hunterdon County Prosecutor Anthony P. Kearns, III, Chief of Detectives John J. Kuczynski, and Lebanon Township Police Chief Chris Mattson are announcing that Voorhees High has been evacuated. According to Prosecutor Kearns, “Voorhees High School has been evacuated at this time as a bomb threat had been found. Police and Prosecutor’s Office Detectives are on site. Bomb detection K-9s from the New Jersey State Police are being deployed to sweep the campus. Due to the evacuation, all after school activities are cancelled for Voorhees High School today. Students will be dismissed at the normal time. All students will get on buses at 2:25pm and parents will not be allowed to pickup their children. Seniors will be boarding the buses for dismissal as they will not be allowed to take their cars home. Students will not be allowed back in the building to get their belongings. Students can retrieve their belongings upon returning to school tomorrow. All students have been safely evacuated and we do not believe there is an imminent threat or danger. This is an active investigation.”