The gendarmerie's explosive-sniffing dog found nothing. Closed all morning following a bomb threat, the Henri-Becquerel high school, in Nangis, should a priori reopen this Monday afternoon. The parents of students were warned by the rectorate of the academy of Créteil (Val-de-Marne) not to send their children to class this Monday morning.
It was this night that the gendarmerie group of Seine-et-Marne and the company of Provins were warned of the threat, after emails sent via their Pronote mailbox, to thousands of students in the Hauts-de-France region, and especially in the Nord and Pas-de-Calais. According to the company of Provins, the alert, referring to the ban on the abaya, would have targeted five high schools in this region, as well as one in Seine-et-Marne: in Nangis. It was reportedly announced that a bomb would explode on Monday, at 11:50 am.
The gendarmes woke up the headmaster around 4 a.m. and informed her of the situation, while sending a team on site to carry out a first lifting of doubts, pending the arrival of the sniffer dog and the canine team of the gendarmerie based in Beynes (Yvelines).
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The animal arrived on site around 7 am, joining the ten soldiers of the brigade of Nangis and the company of Provins already present. The four-legged investigator finished his reconnaissance in the high school a little before 10 a.m., without finding anything. As the threat mentioned an explosion at 11:50 am, and as the high school was announced closed for the morning anyway, it will remain so as a precaution.
High school teacher, the mayor of Nangis, Nolwenn Le Bouter (LR) also went there to greet the principal. Before returning to the town hall. "I'm not of much use there," she says. The state did what was necessary to remove the doubt. This is not the first bomb threat on a high school in Ile-de-France. There have been others. »
The investigation, in the hands of the Hauts-de-France national police, has only just begun. According to the Provins company, the hypothesis of threats in the territories that elected senators of the National Rally during the elections of September 24 would be one of the hypotheses studied by the police. On September 24, Aymeric Durox, the departmental delegate of the National Rally of Seine-et-Marne, elected municipal councillor in Nangis, was elected senator. Like his newly elected colleagues eight days ago, he is due to officially take office on Monday 2 October at the Luxembourg Palace. The other two senators elected on 24th September were elected in Pas-de-Calais and Nord.