Woman arrested in ‘threats to kill' probe after school locked down
Manchester Evening News|November 24, 2021
A WOMAN has been arrested on suspicion of making threats to kill after a school was placed in lockdown.

Pupils at Golborne High in Wigan pupils were forced to hide under desks after a ‘gun’ threat was made over the internet.

Worried relatives rushed to the gates after armed police were called to the school on Monday.

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