Bomb threat empties market in Mill Creek

MILL CREEK — Police officers evacuated Central Market on Friday night after someone called the store and said a bomb was inside of the building.

Mill Creek police officers arrived at the grocery store in the 15600 block of Main Street at 7:40 p.m. The building was searched by two Everett Police Department bomb technicians and two Washington State Patrol bomb dogs. No devices or suspicious items were found and no one was hurt, said Mill Creek police officer Ian Durkee.

The building was turned back over to store employees at about 10 p.m. Mill Creek police detectives will continue to investigate the threat.

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