Chesapeake Walmart reopens after bomb threat
Chesapeake, Va. – The Walmart Supercenter on Sam’s Circle in Chesapeake reopened Saturday night after a bomb threat closed it for several hours.
Multiple units from the Chesapeake Fire and Police Departments responded to the store just after 9:30 p.m. after the threat was called in.
A search of the store revealed no explosives or suspicious items. The store was allowed to be reoccupied at 11:15 p.m.
Investigators are working to identify a suspect.