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TCSO ask for help identifying woman in connection to Tulsa County Courthouse bomb threat

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Posted at 2:16 PM, Jun 11, 2020
and last updated 2020-06-12 12:12:09-04

TULSA — Tulsa County Sheriff's Office is asking for help in identifying a woman in connected to a bomb threat made to the Tulsa County Courthouse on Thursday.

TCSO said just after noon on Thursday, a woman, wearing a bandana, hat and sunglasses, purchased a prepaid cell phone at a Broken Arrow Walmart.

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TSCO is asking for help identifying woman they say bought a prepaid cell phone used to make bomb threat at Tulsa County Courthouse on Thursday.

About 45 minutes after purchasing the phone, TCSO said someone used the phone to call a bomb threat to an office at the Tulsa County Courthouse.

The courthouse was evacuated and searched. TCSO said no evidence of a bomb was found. Officials allowed employees and the public back in the courthouse shortly after.

TCSO said they would like to identify the woman who bought the prepaid cell phone used to make the bomb threat.

Store employees told deputies although the woman obscured her appearance, she spot with a Hispanic accent and appeared to be an older woman.

TCSO said the woman drove a Gray, four door sedan .

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Gray sedan TSCO said woman who bought prepaid phone drove.

Anyone with information on the woman's identity is asked to call TCSO at 918-596-5601.

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