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Offices in Nitra evacuated due to bomb threat

The police evacuated staff from the Nitra District Office, the Nitra Regional Office and the Integrated Rescue System Office, all occupying the same building in Nitra, in response to a bomb threat received on April 1, the TASR newswire reported. "Shortly after 14:30, an anonymous male voice reported that there was a bomb in the building. A bomb expert, fire fighters and dog handlers were dispatched immediately to the site and the whole building was evacuated," the Nitra Region’s police spokesperson, Renáta Čuháková, told TASR.

The police evacuated staff from the Nitra District Office, the Nitra Regional Office and the Integrated Rescue System Office, all occupying the same building in Nitra, in response to a bomb threat received on April 1, the TASR newswire reported.

"Shortly after 14:30, an anonymous male voice reported that there was a bomb in the building. A bomb expert, fire fighters and dog handlers were dispatched immediately to the site and the whole building was evacuated," the Nitra Region’s police spokesperson, Renáta Čuháková, told TASR.

Nitra police spokesperson Božena Bruchterová later informed the SITA newswire that no bomb was found in the building and whoever made the bomb threat might face prison.

Source: TASR, SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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