Apple cancels Tokyo store event after bomb threat

posted on December 7, 2015

A Tokyo store run by the US IT firm Apple has cancelled an event following a bomb threat.

An email was sent to the Apple Store Ginza on Sunday morning. The sender threatened to blow up the store unless the event was cancelled.

Police searched the store for nearly one hour and did not find any suspicious objects.

source by NHK
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