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Miami-Dade AT&T call center evacuated after bomb threat

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A bomb thread led to the evacuation of a building in Miami-Dade.

Miami-Dade police said just after 9:15a.m. they received a report about a threat at the AT&T call center building at 444 NW 79th Avenue.

The building was emptied and the bomb squad was called in to search for and signs of explosives.

After the search was completed, the all-clear was given and workers were allowed to return to the building.