Bomb Threats Briefly Close West Michigan Walmarts

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GANDVILLE, Mich – Two West Michigan Walmart stores were evacuated Friday night due to a bomb threat.

The Holland Department of Public Safety told FOX 17 that a call came in at 9:56 p.m. from the Walmart located on North Park Drive in Holland Township. He said at about the same time another Walmart, located in Grandville on Kenowa Ave. also reported a bomb threat.

The Grandville store was closed briefly around 10pm, but after a search was re-opened around 11pm for business.

The HDPS said they heard the bomb threats have been called in for Walmart’s on a nationwide scale.

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  • Monica

    There was a bomb threat at the Big Rapids Walmart last night as well. They were closed down for about 3 hours last night due to this. It was around 1130pm

  • Walmart Shopper

    This happened again yesterday around 8:00pm at the Grandville store.. Someone has way too much time on their hands.