Bomb threats cleared in Port Jervis following scares at multiple banks

Officials say nothing was found in the threats.

Officials say nothing was found in the threats.

PORT JERVIS - Port Jervis police say threats at multiple banks within the city have been cleared.

Police say the first bomb threat was called in to Sussex Bank at noon, and the second was called in to TD Bank just before 12:30 p.m.

Scenes at both banks have been cleared of police presence, and officials say nothing was found in the threats.

The mayor's office issued a statement earlier saying the threats were likely related to others that have been made in the past few days in the tri-state area.

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