ISLAMABADKohsar Police Friday arrested two hoax callers who had threatened to blow the building of the Froebles International School if its management did not close it down. According to details, two persons made a hoax call to the management of Froebles International School located in F-7/2 of the federal capital a few days back threatening the management with severe consequences. On receipt of call, not only the staff and administration of the school but also the teachers and students of other schools of Islamabad were terrified. Consequently, the administrations a few educational institutions were closed for two days. Capital Police took the notice of incident and ASP City Muntazir Mehdi was directed to unearth the culprits who were frightening the teachers and school going children. The team led by the said police officer succeeded in apprehending two culprits allegedly involved in the crime. The accused have been identified as Zafar Ali Khan son of Haji Sher Afzal resident of Sabir Abad, District Karak and Qaiser Khan son of Miran Shah residents of village Palosa, Tehsil and District Karak. A case has been registered against them and police have initiated investigation.Police official said that police was trying to find the motives behind making the hoax call and hunt down those who were supporting them.