SAN ANGELO — Police instructed all customers and staff at San Angelo-area Walmart stores to evacuate Monday afternoon.
Cops were on scene at all three of the locations due to a reported bomb threat made by telephone.
A bomb squad and bomb sniffing K9s were en route from another agency.
— Alana Edgin (@alana_edgin) January 28, 2019
This is the scene greeting customers outside a San Angelo Walmart on Sherwood Way. Reports are coming in that all Walmarts in San Angelo have been shut down and evacuated due to a bomb threat. @gosanangelo pic.twitter.com/lwZQvdGYsH
— J. Tufts (@StandardTufts) January 28, 2019
I was told to get to the back of the north side Walmart. Reports coming in from @StandardTufts at Sherwood and @alana_edgin at Bryant that every Walmart is closed for a bomb threat. @gosanangelo pic.twitter.com/hOeev31No4
— Samuel Sutton (@SamSutton0205) January 28, 2019
No injuries were reported.
San Angelo is a city on the Concho River in Texas.