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UPDATE: Outside Cleared, Police Still Searching Inside After Reported Mall Bomb Threat

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SALISBURY, Md. - The Salisbury Mall was evacuated on Friday morning, for a bomb threat investigation.

Salisbury Police are reporting that they have completed and cleared the exterior of the mall, and are still searching inside of the mall. According to officials, the mall will remain closed for the rest of Friday. Mall management reportedly says they will reopen their doors on Saturday, as usual.

Salisbury Police say anyone who has vehicle parked at the mall can meet Police at the command post at Sears Auto to get assistance in picking their vehicle up.

As of noon, Salisbury Police said the mall evacuation was complete.

Access roadways surrounding the malls are closed to through traffic, but Route 13 is still open.

We'll continue to bring you more information as it becomes available.

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