LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WNCN) — The UNC-Chapel Hill baseball game against Louisville was halted Sunday afternoon because of a bomb threat at the stadium in Louisville, according to reports.

UNC baseball officials announced the delay and mandatory evacuation of the stadium just after 3 p.m.

“Everyone has been ordered to evacuate the stadium,” Carolina Baseball said in a Twitter post.

The University of Louisville announced there was a bomb threat at Jim Patterson Stadium, which triggered the evacuation.

The threat was discovered in an “online chat,” according to Tyler Greever with WHAS-TV.

WHAS also reported that K-9 units arrived at the stadium just after 4 p.m. to investigate the threat.

A UNC official told CBS 17 that the Tar Heels got on their team bus and went across town to get some food while the bomb squad checked the stadium. 

A UNC official also said the game was set to resume at 5:10 p.m.  Play began soon after that as UNC had a 5-1 lead before the game was interrupted.