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Update: Nothing suspicious found after bomb threat at day care

No injuries were reported.

Minneapolis police said they found nothing while searching a day care following a bomb threat.

In an update, MPD tweeted it had finished sweeping the building on the 100 block of Marquette Avenue South in downtown Minneapolis. Bomb-sniffing K9s came up with nothing.

As mentioned earlier, the bomb threat was called in to 911, and police are working to trace the call.

The original story form Tuesday morning is below.

The Minneapolis Police Department tweeted it's investigating the threat on the 100 block of Marquette Avenue South.

They said K9s are checking the building, and that everyone has been evacuated. No injuries have been reported.

In a reply, police said the threat was called in to 911, adding they're working on tracing the number.

We'll update this story when we have more information.

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