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Bomb Threat Causes Stir in Woodbridge


Police tell us no explosive device was found at the scene.

WOODBRIDGE, Va. — Employees and customers at the Prince William Square shopping center, home to an Ashley Furniture Store, Army health clinic, and other shops and restaurants all standing on the curb or in a parking lot.

Someone called in a bomb threat to the furniture store, and now police and fire crews who ordered an evacuation for precautionary measures are on the scene investigating. Police said they have yet to find anything credible about the threat. 

With all access to the plaza blocked off, that means guys like Roderick Boyd who work at Ashley Furniture aren’t selling today.

“It’s really bad. With this job, you have unlimited earning potential. You could make $1,000 an hour, but that’s not happening today,” said Boyd.

No injuries have been reported.

Onlookers stood in a parking lot at the Prince William Square Shopping Center in Woodbridge after a bomb threat was called in to the plaza.


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