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City deals with bomb threat

A single bomb threat shook up business for the Salem County Courthouse, Fenwick Building and John Fenwick School late Tuesday morning. Authorities said an unidentified person called the county operator around 11 a.m. and indicated that there were explosive devices in the courthouse and “Fenwick,” sending law enforcement officials into action. The Sheriff’s Department evacuated roughly 100 county and public employees from the courthouse and Fenwick Building to St. John’s Episcopal Church and closed Market Street while bomb-sniffing dog units from several local and out-of-county units scoured the facilities. Nothing was found during the search, said Salem County Prosecutor John T. Lenahan. Full Story

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