State police have been dispatched to Windsor, Granby and Bloomfield where bomb threats have been made at two banks, said state police spokesman Lt. J. Paul Vance.
The Windsor Federal Credit Union on Jerome Avenue in Bloomfield was evacuated around 4 p.m. after someone called in a bomb threat, said Bloomfield police spokesman Capt. Jeff Blatter.
The incident is under investigation by Bloomfield police.
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Police: Bomb Threats Made At Banks In Granby, Windsor And Bloomfield
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