Hutchinson police have surrounded a Dillons store for the second day in a row, after an anonymous caller phoned in a bomb threat to the business.
But this time police and store managers quickly removed customers and employees from the building, unlike yesterday when a threat led to a stalemate at another Dillons.
South Hutchinson Police Chief Scott Jones said officers are searching the inside of the store for anything suspicious.
Meantime, police are still looking for the man whose bomb threat
yesterday led to 110 people being held hostage for more than 90 minutes.
Authorities say the caller demanded that money be wired to his bank account, and that hostages take off their clothes.
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