Police investigate bomb threats at courthouses in Denver, Douglas, Arapahoe counties

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DENVER — Police searched three courthouses in Denver, Douglas and Arapahoe counties on Monday after someone called in bomb threats, the Aurora Police Department said.

Investigators have deemed the threats to not be credible.

Police confirmed they received a call about 1 p.m. in which the caller made a threat to the courthouses. Officers were sent to the Aurora courthouses as a precaution but didn’t find anything.

The Denver Police Department said it received threats for three courthouses. Multiple agencies conducted sweeps on all courthouses and didn’t find anything.

Deputies also checked the Douglas County courthouse after bomb threats were phoned in. Nothing suspicious was found.