Walmart in Aurora evacuated for unfounded bomb threat

Officers responded about noon to a call of a bomb threat at the store in the 2900 block of Kirk Road.

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Aurora police responded to a bomb threat March 4.

Aurora police responded to a bomb threat March 4.

Aurora police

A Walmart store in Aurora was evacuated Thursday for a bomb threat that was determined to be unfounded.

Officers responded about noon to a call of abomb threat at the store inthe 2900 block of Kirk Road, Aurora police said on social media.

The store was evacuated and searched, police said. The store was cleared less than 20 minutes later.

A spokesman for Aurora police did not immediately return a call seeking additional information.

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