Bomb Threat Empties Santa Fe Restaurant

A bomb squad was called in to a Jack in the Box in Santa Fe -- a town already reeling from the violence that left 10 dead and 13 injured in last Friday's shooting.

Police were called after a suspicious package was found at the fast-food chain restaurant.  The restaurant was evacuated.

A police dog sniffed out the scene but detected no explosives.

A robot was also rolled in to look at it safely and no apparent threat was found.


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