LINCOLN, Neb. (KMTV) — The Lincoln Police Department ticketed a man on Thursday for allegedly making a bomb threat to the Walmart on 4700 North 27th Street.
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Police responded to a report of the threat at the store just before 10 a.m. After carrying out an evacuation and search, it was determined a bomb was not present in the building.
Staff at the store told police a person called and said a bomb was in the bathroom and provided the caller's number.
Police followed up on leads and located the suspect, 43-year-old Patrick J. Pillow, and ticketed him for Terroristic Threats.