Police don't find device after bomb threat at lotto headquarters
BOISE, Idaho (KBOI) - Ada County Dispatch says law enforcement were called out to the Idaho Lottery headquarters over a bomb threat.
The call came in at about 9:42 a.m.
The threat came in via a phone call, officials tell KBOI 2News. Neighboring buildings were evacuated for a short time as police investigate the threat. A section of the Greenbelt in the area was also closed to the public for the time being. A K9 unit is also on scene.
Boise PD said Wednesday morning that it was a vague threat, but officials still wanted to check the building. No suspicious devices were found.
No word yet on who placed the phone call.