LEBANON, Ind. — The Indiana suicide hotline passed along a concerning message to the Boone County communications center Tuesday evening.
Apparently, someone had called the hotline and said they were about to enter the Lebanon Public Library with a rifle and two pistols, and that they planned to hurt employees and others inside.
Officers got to the library but could not find any armed suspects. In a press release, they said, “At this time there is no concern or danger to the public.”
The library announced that it will be closed Wednesday. Police are still investigating.
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