PITTSBURGH - At least six more buildings at the University of Pittsburgh received bomb threats Thursday as students and their parents continued to press authorities to solve the case. No bombs have been found and no one has been injured since the threats began more than two months ago.

The FBI seized computers and related equipment Wednesday night from a couple who had been questioned in the case earlier, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported. Katherine Anne McCloskey and Seamus Johnston have condemned the threats and said they didn't have anything to do with them.

McCloskey was born a man but lives as a woman. Johnston, who was born a woman but identifies as a man, was expelled from the University of Pittsburgh-Johnstown and charged with indecent exposure for repeatedly using the men's locker room despite being told not to do so. - AP