Bomb threat at Tyson plant under investigation

by Meat&Poultry Staff
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HOLCOMB, Kan. — Local authorities are investigating a bomb threat made against a Tyson Fresh Meats plant near Holcomb, Kan., according to news reports. The threat was phoned in to the Finney County Law Enforcement Center Jan. 28.

“A bomb threat was made to our Finney County, Kansas plant early Monday morning,” confirmed Worth Sparkman, Tyson spokesman. “As a precaution, operations were delayed until the plant was cleared by local law enforcement.

“Operations began about 8 a.m. and disruption to production was limited,” he added.

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