ROME, N.Y. – Police say a reported bomb threat at the Assured Information Security building in Rome was not found to be credible.
The threat was made via email around 2 p.m. Thursday, although initial reports indicated it was called in.
Rome police completed their sweep of the building, making no findings, shortly before 4 p.m.
AIS is a company located at the Griffiss Business and Technology Park.
According to authorities, bomb threats were sent to government buildings, schools and other businesses across the country Thursday – and they were found not to be credible threats in the completed investigations.
- Bomb threat emailed to Rome's AIS building not credible, police say
- Rome police knew of national threats going into AIS investigation
- Bomb threat at Premier Aviation in Rome
- Social media threat made against VVS, deputies say not credible
- Herkimer CSD briefly on lockout Thursday morning; police found no credible threat
- AIS in Rome gets nearly $50M contract for full spectrum cyber capabilities
- Alleged threat at New Hartford High School found to be not credible
- Holland Patent school officials say 'no credible threat' after rumors of hit list
- Rome police to hold Civilian Police Academy
- Rome Memorial Hospital enacts emergency preparedness plan due to threat