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Bomb threat reported at Murfreesboro call center

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MURFREESBORO, TN (WSMV) -

The Verizon Call Center in Murfreesboro was evacuated Monday afternoon after a report of a bomb threat was received.

Murfreesboro police reported late Monday afternoon that no suspicious items were found in the search of the building.

Police said that the Verizon Call Center in El Paso, TX, received a call stating that there was a bomb at the Murfreesboro center and that it would explode in two minutes.

The Verizon building, located on River Rock Boulevard, was evacuated as a precaution.

A bomb-sniffing dog has been requested to walk through the building as precaution.

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