Bulacan court sessions suspended briefly due to bomb threat
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Bulacan court sessions suspended briefly due to bomb threat

By: - Correspondent / @inquirerdotnet
/ 12:54 PM October 03, 2016

CITY OF MALOLOS — Sessions at the Bulacan courthouse were suspended due to a bomb threat made before employees attended the week’s flag ceremony on Monday.

The threat was made in a 7:15 a.m. telephone call to the Tactical Operation Center of the Bulacan Police Office in Camp Gen. Alejo Santos, said Supt. Arwin Tadeo, City of Malolos police chief.


The caller claimed that a bomb would explode at one of the three RTC buildings and a forested area nearby.

The police cleared the court house to conduct a search, but the police found no sign of an explosive.


Court sessions resumed at 10 a.m. JE/rga



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