DULUTH, Ga. — Police evacuated a Publix store in Duluth on Monday in response to a bomb threat.
Duluth police confirmed to Channel 2 Action News that its officers were called out to Duluth Station off 2750 Buford Highway.
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NewsChopper 2 flew over the building and spotted several police cars and Publix workers in the parking lot. Other businesses in the area have been evacuated as well.
Police gave the “all-clear” shortly before 3 p.m. after no bomb was found.
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