Police investigate bomb threat at Shrewsbury Surgery Center — 5 key takeaways


On Sept. 7, police investigated a bomb threat at Shrewsbury (N.J.) Surgery Center, according to True Jersey.

Here are five key takeaways:

1. The threat was reported after 2 p.m., and police were still conducting an investigation at 4:20 p.m.

2. During the investigation, Monmouth County Sheriff's Office's K-9 team performed a sweep of the building's interior and exterior.

3. Police also employed a medical ambulance for assistance, according to a sheriff office's spokesperson.

4. Police evacuated the building during the investigation.

5. Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office is currently investigating the incident at the surgery center.

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