Jewish Community Centers Across Several State's Told to Evacuate Amid More Reports of Bomb Threats

NBC News -- 

Some Jewish Community Centers in the tri-state area were told to evacuate as a precaution Tuesday as authorities investigated reports of bomb threats at the religious centers for at least the third time this month.

JCC MetroWest in West Orange, New Jersey, sent out an email to members around noon indicating everyone at the building was safe and asking people to stay away as authorities investigated.

The JCC of Greater New Haven in Woodbridge, Connecticut, was also evacuated after receiving a threat Tuesday, and a JCC in Syracuse was targeted as well. Centers in Colorado, California and Utah were also evacuated.