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Employees Re-Enter State Building in Provo Following Bomb Threat

Employees Re-Enter State Building in Provo Following Bomb Threat



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(KSL News) A bomb threat forced the evacuation of a building housing state agencies in Provo for a couple of hours today. Employees re-entered the building around 1:00 this afternoon after it had been cleared by a UVSC bomb detection dog and state employees.

Employees Re-Enter State Building in Provo Following Bomb Threat

The threat was called in to the state building on Center Street just after 11:00 a.m. Several agencies have offices in the building including the Provo Government, Driver Motor Vehicles, Department of Child and Family Services, the Adult Probation and Parole and more.

It is believed that the caller phoned in the threat to the Adult Probation and Parole. The AP&P are investigating the threat, and do believe the caller is a current or past client of theirs.

Employees Re-Enter State Building in Provo Following Bomb Threat

Again, things have resumed to business as usual at this time.

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