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Charges over 'threatening call'
Aberdeen Grammar [Pic: Press and Journal]
Two 15-year-olds have been charged after the school incident
Two teenagers have been charged after an Aberdeen school was evacuated following what was described as a "threatening phone call".

Hundreds of pupils and staff at Aberdeen Grammar School had to leave the complex on Friday afternoon.

The school was cleared at about 1315 GMT. Pupils and staff were accounted for and moved to another site.

A Grampian Police spokesman said two 15-year-old males would be reported to the Children's Reporter.



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