EUGENE, Ore. (KMTR) -- A bomb threat forced the evacuation of the Lane County Courthouse on Monday.
It was one of several county courthouses in Oregon that received phoned in bomb threats at about 2:30 PM.
These threats appear to be similar to multiple reports received November 15 in Washington state and November 2 in Nebraska, which were all unfounded.
Security officials swept the building checking for any suspicious objects.
The Oregon State Police General Headquarters in the Public Service Building in Salem received a similar report at approximately 3:00 PM.
The building was evacuated and allowed employees back in to their work locations at about 4:00 PM after an area check was completed.
The following locations have confirmed with OSP receiving similar threats:
- Crook County
- Baker County
- Curry County
- Benton County
- Jefferson County
- Tillamook County
- Deschutes County
- Morrow County
- Grant County
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