Bomb Threat Prompts The Evacuation Of Two Towson Stores
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.”
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.
The Hazardous Device Team located a suspicious package and determined it was not a threat.
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