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Police give all clear at building where bomb threat was called in near where Trump will speak today

Posted at 7:52 AM, Nov 05, 2018

UPDATE (9:31 a.m.):

Cleveland police confirm the building has been cleared:

Officers responded to 21000 Aerospace Parkway today at approximately 8 am for a report of a phoned in bomb threat.  The employees were evacuated from the business as a precaution.  A full search of the building was conducted along with the Canine Unit.  The building has been cleared and employees are allowed to return. There is no suspect information at this time.  This matter remains under investigation.


Cleveland police investigated a bomb threat at a business near the I-X Center ahead of President Trump's visit to Cleveland on Monday.

Authorities were called to the area near the I-X Center at 8 a.m. for a bomb threat just hours before Trump is expected to speak at the I-X Center. 

The address where authorities investigated is listed as Mazzella Lifting Technologies— a company in the overhead lifting and rigging industry.