This time the threat was phoned in to the store on Cedar Avenue and 153rd Street, reports from the police state.
An investigation was done by a K9 unit from the Minneapolis-St Paul International Airport, though nothing was found.
Two stores in Minneapolis also received threats today, according to a report by the St. Paul Pioneer Press.
That story states:
Minneapolis police handled two threats Monday. One call, about the store on Nicollet Mall downtown and closed the busy area outside the store briefly. It was determined to be a fake threat.
The other threat involved the Walgreens at 4547 Hiawatha Ave.
Back on Sept. 4, authorities were called to the Walgreen's at 14020 Pilot Knob Road around 11:30 a.m. on report of a bomb threat. The store was evacuated and the immediate area was secured. The Apple Valley Fire Department and a K9 Unit from the Minneapolis–St. Paul International Airport Police Department were also called to the scene.A similar threat was reported in Rosemount as well. As of Wednesday afternoon, no further information was available pertaining to the Rosemount incident.