Poster of cyberthreat that closed Central York schools is ‘brilliant’ or …

A cyber-threat that has kept Central York School District schools closed for three days is proving to be a tough investigative nut to crack.

That was the message Springettsbury Township Police Chief Daniel Stump imparted during a Friday afternoon press conference.

And as the probe of that threatening social media post continues, police and district officials are remaining noncommittal regarding whether the schools will reopen Monday.

Stump and district Superintendent Michael Snell said that decision might not be made until 4 p.m. Sunday, when another press conference is scheduled.

State, local and federal investigators – as in the FBI – have been hitting the case hard, and top cybercrime experts have been consulted, but no arrests have yet been made, Stump said.

“It’s been more difficult than we usually see,” Stump said of law enforcement efforts to trace the poster. “We don’t know whether we have a brilliant person, or someone who just got

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