Marysville Honda plant evacuated due to written threat –

Posted: Wednesday, March 30, 2016

MARYSVILLE, OH (WCMH) — The Columbus Fire Department is sending bomb sniffing dogs to Honda’s plant in Marysville after a written threat was made to the facility.

Police say a note claimed the plant would “blow up today.” So far, officials tell NBC4 they have not discovered any suspicious devices.

Honda released the following statement:

Earlier today, Honda security learned of a potential threat to associate safety at our Marysville Auto Plant.  As a precaution, we made the decision to evacuate and dismiss associates beginning at 11:30 am.

The safety and security of all associates is a top priority so Honda moved quickly to assure safety.

Honda has notified law enforcement officials and they are on-site and investigating.

At this time no additional information can be shared.

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