Police investigate bomb threat at 95th Street Library

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Naperville police late Tuesday afternoon were continuing their investigation into a threat found scrawled on a bathroom wall inside the Naperville Public Library’s 95th Street location.

Police responded about 3:30 p.m. to the library, at 95th Street and Cedar Glade Drive.

The library was not evacuated, nor was there any disruption in normal library procedures or services.

Library manager Karen Dunford, speaking on behalf of Executive Director Julie Rothenfluh, said library employees “found a message in the men’s bathroom stall” on the library’s main floor. “We called the police and followed library and police procedures.”

Dunford would not discuss the contents of the threat, saying only that it “was not directed at the library.”

Two Naperville police officers left the library campus about 4:25 p.m. A police spokesman was not immediately available for comment.

The library is due west of Neuqua Valley High School, which received a bomb threat last month.