No device found after bomb threat called in to Aurora Wal-Mart

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(Photo: Daryl Orr)

(Photo: Daryl Orr)

AURORA, Colo. — Aurora police said there was a bomb threat at a Wal-Mart on Monday afternoon.

The store at 9400 E. Hampden Ave. was evacuated about 6 p.m.

After searching the inside and outside of the building, police said no explosive device was found.

Police said someone called the store and said there was a bomb.

The store was reopened, but Aurora police said it will continue to investigate the threat.