Bomb Threat Prompts The Evacuation Of Two Towson Stores

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TOWSON - A bomb threat forced the evacuation of two buildings at a Towson shopping center on Tuesday evening, according to Baltimore County Police.

The incident has been resolved, and police said that “there is no threat to the community.”

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According to Baltimore County Police Spokesperson Trae Corbin, officers responded to the TJ Maxx at the 1200 block of Putty Hill Avenue for reports of a bomb threat.

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The Hazardous Device Team located a suspicious package and determined it was not a threat.

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