Kodiak Daily Mirror - Kodiak police put on alert by bomb threat hoax
Kodiak police put on alert by bomb threat hoax
by Nicole Klauss
Jul 18, 2012 | 275 views | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The Kodiak Police Department investigated a hoax bomb threat at a local business Monday night.

Police received a call from the Anchorage Police Department, which said a 911 caller had named two bomb locations in Anchorage and one in Kodiak.

Police searched the inside and outside of a building on Mill Bay Road looking for anything out of place, but noted nothing.

The Anchorage Police Department had a similar response, said Kodiak Police Chief T.C. Kamai.

Anchorage officials believe the threat was a prank, but they are still looking for a suspect.

In the case of a real bomb threat, a demolitions team would have to be sent in from Anchorage, as the Kodiak Police Department and Coast Guard don’t have one on island.

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