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Man Calls in Bomb Threat to Pharmacy

Man Calls in Bomb Threat to Pharmacy



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(KSL News) Police responded to a bomb threat at a Salt Lake pharmacy this morning.

A worker at Hyland Pharmacy received a call around 10 a.m. from a man saying there was pipe bomb in the store.

The man then demanded the worker to take all the oxycontin in the store to a nearby alley within 20 minutes. The employee called police, and the man hung up.

Police arrived on the scene and evacuated the building. They searched the pharmacy but found no bombs.

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