Apple Evacuates Distribution Center After Bomb Threat

Monday, 28 Mar 2011 | 6:05 PM ET

Apple's Elk Grove, California distribution center was evaucated Monday due to a bomb threat while emergency personnel search the three buildings on the scene.

Source: DPR

Apple called the police department around 8:30 am local time informing them that they had received a bomb threat.

Emergency personnel searched the three buildings with bomb-sniffing dogs, according to Elk Grove police department spokesman, Chris Trim. It is unclear how long the search would last.

The police department said a few hundred people work at the distribution center.

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