ROME, N.Y. - The Oneida County Sheriff's Office was investigating a bomb threat at Premier Aviation Tuesday evening.
Authorities are calling it a "non-specific threat" that was called in around 6:15 P.M. Tuesday.
Members of the sheriff's office responded after it was reported that someone made a verbal threat to a worker at the facility. All personnel were evacuated from the building, and the building was swept by a canine unit and officers. It was cleared about 30 minutes later.
The investigation is ongoing, and no arrests have been made so far.
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