Biscoe Walmart evacuated after bomb threat
BISCOE, N.C. — Biscoe Police and Montgomery County authorities have ordered the evacuation of Walmart and a number of adjacent businesses due to a bomb threat.
Just before 7 p.m., a bomb threat was made against the Walmart, forcing the evacuation of the store along with a nearby auto parts store and a restaurant, according to Montgomery County Emergency Services Director Corey Roberts.
Officers are now searching the Walmart.
Explosive dogs from Candor, Southern Pines and Randolph County are being used in the search. They hope to complete the search by around 11 p.m.
The person who called the threat in said the explosive would detonate at 8 p.m.