GREELEY, Colo. (CBS4)– What is being called a “spoofed” call led SWAT officers to a community college campus in Greeley on Saturday morning.

Just before 11 a.m. Saturday, Weld County dispatch received a call through a non-emergency number from a male party who was claiming to be on the AIMS Community College campus and was threatening harm to an unknown female party.

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As the call continued to develop, Weld County Deputies responded to the scene at 5401 W 20th Street to try to locate the suspect and make the campus safe.

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Due to the alleged threats from the suspect, additional SWAT resources were deployed to the campus to ensure the campus could be safely cleared if necessary.

Once there, technical specialists determined that the call never came from the campus and appeared to be a “spoofed” number or call. No one was in danger.

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By the time this information was relayed a security sweep of the campus was nearly compete. A team of deputies with Weld County Sheriff’s Office are working to determine the identity of the caller and specific location.