Walmart store manager Cammy Hipwell, left, and Logan police officer Nate Argyle walk around the store in Logan, Utah, after a [auth] bomb threat was called in on Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2013. (AP Photo/The Herald Journal, Eli Lucero)
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah authorities say bomb threats were made that caused evacuations at several stores in Utah.
The Salt Lake Tribune reports (http://bit.ly/1aLMipf ) that bomb threats were made at two pharmacies in Provo and Wal-Marts in Logan and Ogden on Wednesday. No explosives were found at either location.
Logan police Chief Gary Jensen says the threats at the Wal-Mart there were made by somebody who sounded like a man demanding money be put on gift cards. The Logan Wal-Mart was evacuated for about two hours.
Jensen tells the Tribune that he’s believes it was scam and not a real threat. He says similar threats have been made nationwide.
Provo police Lt. Mathew Siufanua says bomb threats were made at a Walgreens and Rite Aid in Provo. Both were evacuated for a short time.