TRAFFIC ALERT

TRAFFIC ALERT

Weather Alert

WINTER STORM WARNING: MOISTURE MOVING NORTHWARD

FROM THE CBS 21 FIRST WARNING WEATHER CENTER: A COASTAL STORM IS MOVING NORTHWARD. TEMPERATURES ARE DROPPING AS THE MOISTURE APPROACHES.  HOLIDAY TRAVEL WILL BE SLIPPERY. THIS STORM WILL BEGIN WITH SOME RAIN/SNOW MIX, THEN CHANGE TO ALL SNOW DURING THE MORNING. LOOK FOR SNOW ACCUMULATIONS OF 3-5". SOME AREAS COULD SEE 6 + INCHES TO THE NE OF HARRISBURG IN SCHUYLKILL COUNTY.

STAY TUNED TO THE CBS 21 FIRST WARNING WEATHER TEAM FOR THE VERY LATEST!

WEATHER ALERT

Weather Alert Radar

CBS 21 - Search Results

The following is an archived video story. The text content of that video story is available below for reference. The original video has been deleted and is no longer available.

Northern York police investigating bomb threat

Posted by: Lauren McLane

DOVER -- Northern York County Regional Police Department are investigating a bomb threat to a business in the 3100 block of Carlisle Road, Dover Township, around 5:30 p.m. Friday.

Upon arrival Officers found that the subjects making the threat were still on the phone with the business manager. The business was evacuated and searched by police officers.

The subject on the phone had a strong Middle Eastern accent and advised that his group was a splinter group of Al-Qaeda and that a bomb had been planted in the business.

The caller demanded that Green Dot prepaid Visa and Mastercard debit cards be activated with a specific sum of money or he would detonate the bomb.

A NYCRPD Patrol Supervisor got on the phone with the subject and identified himself. The police officer then requested to speak to the callers supervisor, at which point another male voice came on the line. This man also had a heavy Middle Eastern accent. The second subject hung up the phone after a brief conversation with the NYCRPD supervisor.

NYCRPD is currently working to trace the call. The FBI has been briefed on the incident.

The investigation into this incident continues. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 292-3647.
 
Advertise with us!

Check It Out

Washington Times