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Bomb threat called into Paseo

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The all clear has been given after a bomb threat was called in at Paseo Monday night. Police say the incident happened just after 7pm. The Hagatna Precinct commands got a call of a bomb threat at the Bingo area of the Liberation Carnival Grounds. The area had been evacuated. 

Guam Fire Department, GPD K9 Unit, Hagatna Precinct Command Units, CSI, Guam Homeland Security responded. Investigators checked the area, but nothing was found. 

The all clear was given around 9pm. The roads and carnival have been reopened.

Anyone with information about the incident is asked to please call Guam Crime Stoppers at 477-HELP.

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