(KCEN) -- Local, state and federal law enforcement are all working together to find out who emailed a bomb threat to Texas A&M university last week.
Friday's bomb threat caused a mass evacuation on campus.
But yesterday, students were able to return to class.
Last December a specific bomb threat was made on the Sterling Evans Library.
Police say they don't believe the two are related.
But they are happy with how the community responded to Friday's Code Maroon.
Lt. Allan Baron with the Texas A&M police said, "I think it went relatively well from an evacuation standpoint. We were able to get most all of campus evacuated in a relatively short period of time. It was done swiftly and safely."
This was the first time the entire campus had to be evacuated for a bomb threat.
No dangerous device was found and police say they haven't had any issues related to the threat since Friday.