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UPDATE: Hamilton County Courthouse evacuated on a bomb threat, no threats located

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UPDATE: According to Chattanooga Police, around 1 P.M. Monday an anonymous individual called in a bomb threat concerning local courthouses.

The Hamilton County Courthouses, old and new, and the Hamilton County Juvenile Court were evacuated. CPD's Explosive Ordinance Disposal team and Bomb K9 conducted a walk through and no threats were located.

All court houses went back to business as usual. 


PREVIOUS STORY: The Hamilton County Courthouse has been evacuated for an unknown threat.

Tipsters told Channel 3, everyone has been told to leave the building and told to move far away from the building.  

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