OKLAHOMA CITY — Law enforcement officials in Tulsa and Oklahoma City are investigating bomb threats they say are tied to a nationwide investigation.
Tulsa police said Thursday afternoon they have responded to numerous instances of threats being made to organizations through email, and each incident has been found to not have any evidence supporting the threats.
KFOR reports that law enforcement agencies across the country are investigating bomb threats via email.
Thirteen threats have been made in the Oklahoma City metro. One threat was made to Wiley Post Airport.
None of the threats have been deemed credible. Police say to contact them and save the email if you receive a threat.
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