The Walmart store in Woodland Park has reopened after Woodland Park Police evacuated the store to investigate a bomb threat late Friday night.
Police say the threat was made shortly after 10:30 p.m. An employee at the store received a phone call informing the employee that there was a bomb in the store.
Woodland Park Police and deputies from the Teller County Sheriff's Office closed off access to Walmart and evacuated customers and employees.
Bomb sniffing dogs from Fort Carson were called in to check the store. No device was found and the store was allowed to reopen around 2 a.m. Saturday morning.
Woodland Park Police are now investigating the call.
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