POLICE REPORT: Officers respond to bomb threat at Boston Children's Hospital

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On Tuesday evening, police officers responded to reports of a bomb threat at Boston Children’s Hospital. Responding officers reported that the incident was not suspected of being a hate crime. It is “unknown” who made the threat, according to an incident report obtained by The Post Millennial.

“No suspicious items were observed /located. Assisting were Officers FEMINO, O’BRIEN, RODRIGUEZ and Sgt. BRODERICK, TE503, TE504, TE516 and T951 respectively.”

“About 2014 hours on Tuesday, 08/30/22, Officers BURKE and JOHNSON, in the TE06 and TE13 respectively, responded to a call for a bomb threat at Boston Children’s Hospital, 300 Longwood Ave,” the incident report reads.

A Boston police officer told The Post Millennial that 911 calls would not be released if the bomb threat came in via that method.

After investigating the scene, officers were unable to find an explosive device, said David Estrada, a Boston Police Department spokesman, and Officers cleared the scene at about 10 pm.

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