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Bomb call clears mall during kids’ show

A phoned-in bomb threat closed the Wayne Hills Mall for about 90 minutes Saturday, forcing the evacuation of employees and customers, including about 200 children attending an Easter show. No one was hurt. The mall reopened around 4 p.m. after Wayne police and the Passaic County Sheriff’s Department’s K-9 unit searched the building and determined there was no bomb, said Wayne Sgt. Joe Shenekji. Police were still investigating Saturday evening, he said. According to employees at the Cutting Crew, a mall hair salon, a man phoned at 2:30 p.m. and asked to speak with the salon manager. “He said, ‘There’s a bomb in the building,’ and then hung up,” said the manager, who declined to give her name. Full Story

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