Kompass Daily reports that the Good Shepherd Catholic Church in Batu, East Java, received a terror bomb threat on Monday (11/14/2016). It is unknown if the threat is related to the terrorist bombing of a church, which killed a 2-year-old girl and injured 3 other children ages 2-4, in Samarinda, the capital of the Indonesian province of East Kalimantan on the island of Borneo.
According to the report, a church security guard received a threatening call from an unknown person who claimed a bomb would soon be detonated. A bomb squad team secured the site and searched the Catholic church complex. Police had cordoned off the entrance to the church and prohibited unauthorized persons, including journalists, from entering.