2 bomb threats reported in the Hudson Valley on Monday

The first was in Rockland County this morning at the Pfizer Campus on Middletown Road in Pearl River around 7 a.m. The second reported threat was made at Peekskill City Court.

News 12 Staff

Feb 27, 2023, 10:31 PM

Updated 456 days ago

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Two separate bomb threats were reported Monday in the Hudson Valley.
The first was in Rockland County this morning at the Pfizer Campus on Middletown Road in Pearl River around 7 a.m.
Police say they believe it may have possibly been a prerecorded message.
Employees were evacuated as bomb squads spent several hours sweeping buildings.
Nothing was found and the threat was deemed not credible. 
The second reported threat was made at Peekskill City Court this morning.
Peekskill police and New York state court officers immediately evacuated the facility.
Once evacuated, the Peekskill police and Westchester County K-9 units did a sweep of the building and surrounding area.
The area was deemed safe, and personnel returned to the building around 11:30 a.m.


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