Whole Foods Oakland Adams Point Reopens After Bomb Threat

Whole Foods Oakland Adams Point Reopens After Bomb ThreatWhole Foods Oakland Adams Point Reopens After Bomb Threat

The Whole Foods (located in the neighborhood near ) at 230 Bay Place at 27th and Bay Place (or 27th and Harrison at Avenue), reopened at 2:30 PM PST and after a called-in bomb threat. Zennie62Media’s News Now blog broke the story, and based on confirmed social media posts (primarily Nextdoor and Twitter), shown on a Zennie62 on YouTube video blog.

Then, this blogger, after emailing Police Media and checking for updates throughout the day, called the facility and managed to talk to a Whole Foods store clerk who had just started his shift. The clerk explained that “I found out what happened as I was getting ready to come here to work. There was a called-in bomb threat, the building was evacuated, () police came and swept the building, nothing was found, and so we re-opened at 2:30 this afternoon.

The Police Media have not responded to the email for updates.

After the building was evacuated, it was closed for sometime, as this Twitter account observed as if about 1:42 PM PST:

Then, as explained above, the Oakland Police looked for any signs of an explosive device, and then declared the building safe.

It’s has been open for business since 2:30 PM PST today, Saturday July 14th, 2018.

Stay tuned.

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