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21 February 2018
Police Investigate Bomb Threat at Behavioral Health Services North in Plattsburgh
NEW YORK STATE POLICE
Major John H. Tibbitts Jr.
Troop B Commander
The New York State Police in Plattsburgh were called to Behavioral Health Services North on State Route 22B in the town of Plattsburgh for a bomb threat at 7:00 am this morning. A written threat was located in the building. State Police Members, along with members of the Clinton County Sheriff's Department, responded and secured the building which was not occupied. New York State Police K9s were called in and secured the building. No explosive devices were found and the threat was deamed not credible. The New York State Police is continuing the investigation to determine the source of the written threat. If anyone has any information on this incident, please call the New York State Police at 518-563-3761.
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