Bomb threat phoned in to Covina Walmart

COVINA — Someone called in a bomb threat to a Walmart store Sunday, but officials found no evidence of an explosive.
The incident began about 6:20 p.m. at Walmart, 1275 N. Azusa Ave., Covina police Lt. Dave Povero said.
Someone called the store and and said there was a bomb at the business that would detonate in 25 minutes, the lieutenant said.
The store voluntarily evacuated customers and employees as police searched the store for about an hour, he said.
Povero said officials determined there was no suspicious device at the store, which reopened for business once police left.

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  • manito1954

    Probably the same idiot who phoned in a bomb threat to the WalMart in Rosemead last month. Also on a Sunday but earlier in the afternoon.

  • Anonymous

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