‘All clear’ given at two separate Walmart stores following bomb threats, police say

No explosive devices were found at either location, according to officials

SAN ANTONIO – Two Walmart stores have been given the “all clear” after receiving bomb threats Sunday evening, according to San Antonio police.

Walmart stores located at 1430 Austin Highway and 2100 Southeast Loop 410 received the threats, according to officials. As of around 9:45 p.m., police said customers and employees have been allowed back inside both stores.

Police said dispatch initially received two calls on their non-emergency number, from an unknown male stating that several explosive devices were set to explode at any given time at both stores.

Officers arrived at both Walmart locations, set up a perimeter, and all employees and customers were evacuated.

Bomb sniffing dogs were also deployed at both stores to aid in the investigation.

No explosive devices were found at either store and no injuries were reported, according to police.

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