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Tifton police on look out after bomb threat

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By  Stephanie Springer  - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) --  More than a half dozen city buildings including city hall re-opened in Tifton Thursday morning after a bomb threat shut them down Wednesday.

Someone called 911 just before lunchtime yesterday and warned that bombs would go off at all city buildings every hour beginning at two p.m.

The seven buildings were evacuated and 250 workers sent home for the day. No explosives were found.

Investigators say the call was made from the Enmark station on Highway 82 in Tifton, and police hope to catch the caller soon.

 

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