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Bomb threat briefly closes down Beverly Hills shopping district

April 19, 2013|By a Times Staff Writer

A bomb scare closed streets in the heart of Beverly Hills for a short time on Friday.

According to the Beverly Hills police, a bomb threat was called inĀ at a Rite Aid drugstore on Canon Drive.

Police closed numerous streets in the area as they investigated around noon.

By 12:50 p.m., police determined there was no bomb and began reopening streets.


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