Ann Arbor police say a bomb threat was reported at a Jewish Community Center in Ann Arbor, specifically the Hebrew Day School of Ann Arbor.
The call came in about 9 a.m. and said there was a bomb inside the school.
Police say they arrived and evacuated the entire building, while Michigan State Police bomb dogs were called in and on scene.
Right now, Ann Arbor police is working with school leadership and the FBI to get it figured out. They are currently searching the school.
In all, there have been seven different threats to Jewish Community Centers in the United States on Monday.
According to CNN, there were 11 bomb threats at Jewish Community Centers across the country last week, and the total number of threats is nearly 70.