Bomb Threat Evacuates JP Morgan International Plaza Building

Workers given the all clear to return to work, no bomb found

By Elvira Sakmari
|  Wednesday, Feb 12, 2014  |  Updated 12:24 PM CDT
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Bomb Threat Cleared at Farmers Branch Building

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One of the three buildings at JP Morgan International Plaza in Farmers Branch was evacuated Tuesday morning because of a bomb threat.

Workers have been given the all clear to return to work at the JP Morgan International Plaza in Farmers Branch after a bomb threat Tuesday morning.

One of three buildings was evacuated at approximately 7 a.m. Tuesday morning after a maintenance worker discovered a box outside an office door on the 7th floor with a note reading "bomb do not touch."

The building's approximately 100 workers were evacuated as the Dallas Fire-Rescue bomb squad was called in to investigate.

Farmers Branch public information officer Tom Bryson said nothing was found inside the box and workers were given the all clear and allowed to return to their offices.

The building is located in the 14000 block of Dallas Parkway, that's at the corner of the North Dallas Tollway and Spring Valley Road.

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