The man suspected of making two bomb threats in St. Cloud on Saturday has been taken into custody.
The St. Cloud Police Department had asked for the public's help in locating the 31-year-old man. He was found Sunday morning in the Princeton area, a news release says.
Police didn't release any other details regarding the suspect's arrest, but it doesn't appear the suspect has been formally charged with a crime. Police are expected to release more information on Sunday.
On Saturday, police named the 31-year-old as a person of interest in two bomb threats in St. Cloud, and believe he could be connected to another threat made around the same time in Sartell.
The first threat happened around 12:30 p.m. Saturday at the St. Cloud Library. A second threat was made at the Cash Wise on 4th Street Southeast around 1 p.m., St. Cloud police said.
Around the same time, WJON said police responded to the Walmart in Sartell following reports of another bomb threat.
All locations are said to have been evacuated and checked, but police said they didn't find anything suspicious.