Bomb threat empties Woodbury Common Premium Outlets

About 20 stores at the Woodbury Common Outlet

About 20 stores at the Woodbury Common Outlet Center were evacuated after a bomb scare at a Starbucks.

CENTRAL VALLEY, NY - More than a dozen stores at the Woodbury Common Premium Outlet Center were evacuated this morning after a bomb scare.

Police say about 20 stores were evacuated after a call was made to a Starbucks saying a package would blow up in the women's bathroom. They say the stores were within a 1,000-foot radius from the Starbucks.

Officers, along with an Orange County Sheriff's bomb-sniffing dog, searched the area and found nothing.

The stores have since reopened.

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