TOWSON, Md. (WJZ) — A bomb threat called into the Towson movie theater Saturday afternoon was a hoax, Baltimore County Police said.
Officers responded to the Cinemark Towson and XD after theater officials evacuated the building and called 911, when someone called in a bomb threat.READ MORE: COVID-19 In Maryland: 65.4% Of Adults Received At Least One Dose Of The Vaccine
After a thorough search, police found no suspicious packages and determined the threat was not credible.
Police have since reopened the area near the 100 block of East Joppa Road and Virginia Avenue.READ MORE: Police Looking For Suspect Who Fatally Shot Christopher Lee Lombr In Brooklyn Park
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#NewsUpdate|| The area in and around the 100 block of East Joppa Road has been reopened. After a thorough search, police found no credible threat. #Baltimore #Maryland https://t.co/5k2gEMMPUw pic.twitter.com/dCUlZmoCxn
— Baltimore County Police Department (@BaltCoPolice) April 24, 2021