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At noon on June 14, news of a bomb threat in Bainaohui Mall, a teaching road in Xihu District, Hangzhou, was spread through the network channels such as Wechat Friends Circle, which aroused the attention of netizens.
Pengmei News verified from Hangzhou Police on the 14th. At noon on the 14th, after receiving the alarm, the police carried out a police operation on Bainaohui Mall located in Jiaogonglu, blocked and investigated some areas of the mall, and evacuated the people and businessmen in the relevant areas. After investigation and confirmation by the police, the suspicious package is a common battery, plastic cloth, wire and other items, no dangerous goods, has ruled out the possibility of bomb threat.
Up to the time of the news release, the evacuated businessmen had returned to the Broadway trading market (mainly dealing in electronic equipment), and the shopping mall had resumed its normal business status.
The West Lake District Bureau of Hangzhou Public Security Bureau reported that:
At 12:19 on June 14, 2019, the command center of Hangzhou Public Security Bureau received a public alarm, and a stall owner of Bainaohui, the teaching road in West Lake District received a suspicious package. After receiving the police, the police rushed to the scene quickly, evacuated the crowd at the scene at the first time, and transferred suspicious parcels to the safe area under the condition of ensuring the safety of the scene.
After on-site inspection, it was found that the package contained a common battery, plastic cloth, wire and other materials, and there were no dangerous articles.
At present, the order on the spot has returned to normal. According to the preliminary understanding of the police, the owner of the stall notified the public security organ of the danger when he received the package.
At present, the relevant situation is under further investigation.
Source: Peng Mei News Author: Responsible Editor of Zhang Liu Tao: Li Hang_BJS 4645