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Posted on: December 24, 2023

Bomb Threat Forces the Evacuation of Businesses

Hingham, MA - A bomb threat phoned into a retail store on Christmas Eve caused the evacuation of several businesses. Following a search with no devices found, the businesses were reopened. 

On Sunday, December 24, 2023 at 2:55pm Marshalls located in the Lincoln Plaza at 400 Lincoln St., received a call of a bomb threat in a specific area inside the store. Marshalls and four adjoining businesses were all evacuated. Police and Fire Officials conducted a brief search followed by a K9 from the Massachusetts State Police Bomb Unit. No devices were found. 

Marshalls and the other stores were reopened at 4:09pm. This incident remains under investigation. If you have any information about this bomb threat please contact Detective Scott Tracey at 781-741-1443 or you can leave an anonymous tip on our website. ### Contact: P.I.O. Lt. Steven Dearth

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