Operations resume at Mission Target after bomb threat disrupts business

False Alarm: Bomb Threat Halts Operations at Mission Target Store on Memorial Day Weekend

On the Memorial Day weekend, a bomb threat led to the temporary halt of operations at the Target store in Mission, Kansas. The Mission Police Department received an anonymous tip about a potential explosive device at the location on 6100 Broadmoor St. In response, emergency crews were dispatched to the scene and evacuated the building, moving both employees and customers to the parking lot. A K-9 unit was also brought in to search for any potential explosives.

Fortunately, no bomb was found and business resumed as usual. While there is currently no additional information available regarding the incident, the Mission Police Department has not released any further details. This event caused disruption for both employees and customers but thankfully turned out to be a false alarm. It is always important to take any threats seriously to ensure everyone’s safety. Thank you for your cooperation during this time.

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