Bomb threat called into Jewish military history museum in DC
Washington, D.C. – A bomb threat was called into the National Museum of American Jewish Military History in Washington, D.C., on Thursday.
The museum has been cleared by police and operations have returned to normal after it received the threatening call at around 12:30 p.m.
During the call, a male voice with a foreign accent said that there would be a bomb in the building on Thursday and Friday.
“It was shocking. I was stuck for a minute,” said Vincent Edwards, the museum’s communications center assistant.
Police searched the building, but no bomb was found. Operations returned to normal around 3 p.m.