The mosque at the Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati in West Chester Twp. GREG LYNCH / STAFF

Police investigate bomb threat at Islamic Center in Butler County

A message was left on the Islamic Center’s answer machine on Saturday, according to Barb Wilson, spokeswoman for West Chester Twp.

The center did not receive the message until Monday, when it was immediately reported to police.

Police are now investigating the threat, according to Wilson.

Islamic Center continues outreach efforts

The Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati opened in 1995 on 18 highly-visible acres between Interstate 75’s Cincinnati-Dayton Road and Tylersville Road exits.

The center has served the local Muslim community by providing a place to worship and learn, as well as serving as a gathering place for families and the community. It also hosts tours for the community and local school groups.

We will continue to bring you more information.

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