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GPD says stay vigilant after threatening call to 911

Posted: Jun 13, 2018 1:21 PM Updated:

Guam police are asking the community to stay vigilant after authorities received a report of an unknown male threatening to shoot people. The call was made to 911. The suspect hung after making the apparent threat.

Messages describing the incident has since been spread throughout social media.

All police precincts have been notified and authorities are working with 911 dispatchers to investigate.

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