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Jönköping court hit by fake bomb threat

Updated måndag 8 december 2014 kl 14.02
Published måndag 8 december 2014 kl 10.45
Avspärrning Jönköping. Foto: Elin Ericsson/Sveriges Radio
Police barricade tape around the appeals court and the administrative court of appeal in Jönköping was removed around 12:30 pm on Monday. Photo: Elin Ericsson/Sveriges Radio

At lunchtime today, police removed the cordons around the Göta court of appeals in Jönköping after combing the area for signs of a bomb and finding nothing that could be connected to a threat that had been called in to SOS Alarm emergency services, reports news agency TT.

About 150 people had been evacuated from the three buildings of the appeals court and the administrative appeals court.

The threat is suspected to have a connection with a case that's going on at the appeals court, and the police have started an investigation, looking at this as a felony-level threat.

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