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Planned Parenthood Evacuated Due To Bomb Threat

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A Planned Parenthood in Pomona was evacuated today after receiving a bomb threat. The call came at 8:45 am to Planned Parenthood's administrative offices in L.A. and referred to a bomb at the Pomona branch, L.A. Times reports.

The Planned Parenthood, a nearby MRI center and a gas station were evacuated. Police and a canine unit cleared the scene in two hours. No explosives were found.

So far, no arrests have been made but police are still investigating.

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