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(KSL News) Several suspicious packages forced a Wal-Mart in Richfield to close.
An employee received a telephone call stating there was an explosive set to detonate in the store or on the premises.
Police evacuated the store and the Utah County Bomb Squad brought out bomb-sniffing dogs.
Once explosive experts determined the three items were not dangerous, the area was reopened to the public.