An American man has been arrested after a number of bomb threats have been made locally of Taber, Alta. late final week.
Early Sunday morning, the Taber Police Service mentioned a person from Illinois was arrested on 10 counts of felony bomb threats.
On Friday, police mentioned three colleges in Taber acquired nameless bomb threats through cellphone calls from an unknown particular person. Investigations discovered there was no menace at any of the faculties, in line with police.
Walmart Canada additionally confirmed Friday that its Taber location was the goal of a bomb menace twice in 24 hours. The primary occurred Thursday evening through an nameless cellphone name, whereas the second befell on Friday. In each instances, the shop needed to be evacuated as police carried out a search.
Watch under: Police are investigating nameless bomb threats left by voicemail to varsities and a neighborhood retailer in Taber on Friday. Demi Knight reviews. (Filed Feb. eight, 2019).
In a press release early Sunday morning, Taber police chief Graham Abela mentioned he’s “very happy with the work completed by my officers and Taber Fireplace Division.”
Police didn’t launch any additional info on Sunday.
Taber is positioned about 50 kilometres east of Lethbridge.
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