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Colorado Synagogue Receives Bomb Threat

On Saturday, December 16, at approximately 8:30 a.m., police responded to a bomb threat at Congregation Har HaShem on Baseline Road in Boulder. After inspecting and clearing the area, no threats were detected and there is no active risk to public safety.

The bomb threat was sent to Har HaShem via an email that was also sent to multiple other Jewish synagogues in the surrounding area.

Boulder Police worked together with the Boulder County Sherriff’s Office to clear the building. No threats were detected in or around the building.

“Fortunately, we were able to respond quickly to this threat. We are glad to report that no bomb was found and nobody was hurt,” said Boulder Police Chief Maris Herold.

The FBI has been informed of the threat. This incident is now part of an ongoing investigation. Anyone who has any information related to this incident should call the non-emergency dispatch line at 303-441-3333.

Source: https://kdvr.com/news/local/boulder-police-respond-to-multiple-bomb-threats-at-jewish-synagogues/