Last updated: July 17. 2014 11:10PM - 582 Views
By Michael Ullery



Employees of Clopay in Troy stand outside the building on West Market Street in Troy on Thursday after receiving an evacuation order due to an alleged bomb threat.
Employees of Clopay in Troy stand outside the building on West Market Street in Troy on Thursday after receiving an evacuation order due to an alleged bomb threat.
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By Melanie Yingst


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TROY - A suspicious package with a note indicating a bomb in the Clopay manufacturing plant in the 1400 block of W. Market St., Troy, sent Troy Police Department calling for assistance from the Dayton Bomb Squad late Thursday night.


All employees were immediately evacuated from the building. At 11 p.m., bomb sniffing dogs arrived from Dayton Airport to assist in the investigation. According Troy Police Department Capt. Joe Long, a note was found on a suspicious package in the Clopay building. The note contained language indicating there was a bomb in the building.


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