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Bomb Threat Called into Smurfitt Stone

Bomb Threat Called into Smurfitt Stone



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(KSL News) -- Bomb squads searched the business office of the Smurfitt Stone Company today, the same company that suffered a massive fire last June.

Police say someone left a message on the company's answering machine today, saying there was a bomb inside the Salt Lake building.

They also referenced last June's fire at the company's manufacturing office in South Salt Lake.

Employees evacuated the building while authorities and dogs searched for anything suspicious.

Last month a similiar threat was called into the South Salt Lake office. In both cases, investigators didn't find any evidence of a bomb.

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