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Despite the police presence, Monday morning at Ulvila school near Pori, southwestern Finland, began normally, according to Jukka Kotiranta, principal of the school.

Kotiranta told Satakunnan Kansa newspaper that he had utilized the school’s administration system, Wilma, and sent a message to the students and parents that it’s safe to come to the school and that the school work will continue normally on Monday.

On Friday, a threat against Ulvila school was published in the anonymous Tor network.

Another similar threat, also in Tor, was published against Länsi-Pori school, in Pori.

A Wilma message was also sent to the students and parents of Länsi-Pori school that stressed that school work will continue as normal.

The police are also present at Länsi-Pori school, observing the school day.

According to the police, the police have made “significant progress in investigating the threat against Länsi-Pori school.”

On Thursday, the police caught a youngish man who written a shooting threat against Iso Omena shopping center in Espoo utilizing the anonymous Tor network.

On Sunday, the police were guarding Valkea shopping center in Oulu because of another threat published against in Tor network against the shopping center.

Pori is located about 240 kilometers from Helsinki on southwest coast. It has a population of about 84,400 people.

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