University of Utah officials confirm they are investigating new claims of racist-motivated harassment among their students following several racist incidents, including the most recent bomb threat against the Black Cultural Center in Fort Douglas.

In a statement released by the University of Utah Police, a caller identifying himself as a Neo-Nazi informed the campus of a bomb planted at the center. 

"The University of Utah is not a haven for this kind of hateful and biased thinking and attacks, and university leaders have committed to completing a thorough review with actionable steps to be implemented during the spring semester," the statement read.

While the school was secured and unoccupied, officers immediately responded at 4:25 a.m. and searched the building using bomb-sniffing dogs. The police reported finding no explosive devices; the building at the time. Due to no immediate threat to life, the police chief determined that a "timely warning" through the campus alert system was unnecessary.