National Bomb Threats Hit Kansas

By: Brian Quick Email
By: Brian Quick Email

Dillons stores in Hutchinson, KS have been hit with bomb threats three times in two days. A caller tells the people in a convenience store, bank or discount chain (in this case it was Dillons stores) that a bomb will go off if money isn't wired to their account.

110 people were held hostage Tuesday in Hutchinson, but no one was hurt in any of the instances. A Rhode Island Wal-Mart actually did wire cash.

The FBI is on the case, and spokesperson Jeff Lanza said he does not believe there is true danger to customers. He said these cases are being investigated and will be prosecuted.

If you are caught in a situation like this, stay calm and listen to police instruction.


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