The Sacramento Bee is reporting that parts of Apple’s Sacramento, California campus was evacuated after bomb threats targeted three of the buildings this morning.
The location houses Apple’s distribution center, and three specific buildings were evacuated around 9:30 this morning (PST). According to the report, emergency personnel and trained bomb sniffing dogs were on site. Nothing has been found yet, and all employees are safe.
We’ll keep you updated as more information surfaces.
The Sacramento Bee reports that Apple employees have all returned to their offices after a bomb threat yesterday morning. No bomb was ever found and shortly after 1 pm PST, staffers were given the all clear.
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