Bomb threat disrupts business at Pamida Wednesday morning
A bomb threat telephoned in to Pamida disrupted business for about two hours Wednesday morning.
The call from a female came in at about 9:35.
According to Park Rapids Police Chief Terry Eilers, an employee who answered the phone was told, "There's a bomb in the vicinity of Pamida. You have to get everybody out. I don't want anyone to get hurt."
The caller also assured the message was not a prank.
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