FINDLAY -- A local pharmacy was evacuated this afternoon in response to a telephoned bomb threat, but no suspicious objects were found during a search, Findlay police said.
An employee of the Rite Aid pharmacy at 301 N. Main St. received a call about 4:22 p.m. from “a male with a foreign accent” warning of a bomb in the building, according to a police statement. A store manager evacuated the building and police responded and conducted the fruitless search.
The incident remains under investigation.
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