Business is now trading as normal after police swept the scene. Photo: Generic.
Business is now trading as normal after police swept the scene. Photo: Generic.

Bomb threat to Toowoomba store prompts police response

A TOOWOOMBA store is trading as normal again after police and firefighters both responded to a reported bomb threat this morning.

A police spokeswoman said officers went into the premises on Taylor St and conducted a sweep as a precaution, though the threat was not being treated as serious.

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services crews also attended the incident.

Emergency services were called to the store as a precaution, though business has now resumed as normal.


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