Bomb Threat Clears Pittsburgh Area Mall

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Mark Leimbach

    A bomb threat closed a bustling Pittsburgh-area shopping center for more than an hour.

    Authorities are fingerprinting a note recovered Saturday in the Mall at Robinson, and looking through mall video footage.

    Robinson police Sgt. Frank Marko tells the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review that a customer found the handwritten note in the men's restroom near a food court about 11 a.m.

    Allegheny County Police officers and bomb-sniffing dogs worked their way through the mall and found nothing. Shoppers were allowed to return at 12:38 p.m.

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