Secret Service Investigates Obama Threat From Philly

The Secret Service and Philadelphia Police are working together to investigate a threat against President Obama.

By David Chang
|  Thursday, Sep 6, 2012  |  Updated 7:30 AM EDT
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S.S. Investigates Obama Threat From Philly

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The Secret Service says the threat was made from a phone located on the 100 block of East Cumberland Street in Kensington.

The Secret Service and Philadelphia Police are working together to investigate a threat against President Obama.

Officials say a man called 911 on Tuesday around 11:50 p.m. in Philadelphia and threatened to kill the President in three days. They also say the call came from a pay phone located on the 100 block of East Cumberland Street in Kensington.

The Secret Service told NBC10 they are taking the threat seriously. They continue to investigate.

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