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Walmart evacuates after bomb threat

Walmart employees gathered at the edge of the Walmart parking lot waiting after the store received a bomb threat. After about an hour they were allowed to return to the store.

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At about 4 p.m. Saturday afternoon, the local Walmart received a call that four bombs had been placed in the store. Employees and customers were told to leave the store immediately.
The store was evacuated, and both 10th and Grant Street next to Walmart were blocked off. Employees stood outside in the cold wind and customers were to leave the parking lot.
Police and sheriff’s officers, including K-9 officers responded to the site and spent over an hour searching for bombs.
“Safety first,” said Sandra Johnson, co-manager of Walmart. The company protocol is that customers and employees be ...


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