Police give ‘all clear’ for Alexandria bomb threat

WASHINGTON — Alexandria police have determined a bomb threat at an office building on Prince Street in Alexandria, Virginia, is no longer a threat.

According to the Alexandria Police Department, the office building is located in the 600 block of Prince Street.

At around 10:30 p.m. on Sunday, police announced an “all clear” for the bomb threat and began reopening the surrounding roads.

These were the following roads that were impacted: Prince Street from North Washington Street to St. Asaph Street; St. Asaph Street from Prince Street to King Street; and King Street from St. Asaph Street to Washington Street.

Below is the general area of incident:

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