Bus headed to Mystic Lake Casino evacuated after bomb threat


Passengers on a bus en route to Mystic Lake Casino from the Mall of America were forced to evacuate in Richfield after someone called in a bomb threat to the Prior Lake casino Saturday afternoon, the Pioneer Press reports.

John Stanger with Prior Lake Police told the Richfield Patch, "They determined there was no bomb. No one was in any danger."

The Star Tribune says police are still investigating who called in the threat.

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