Hospital bomb threat suspects sought
Feb 01, 2013 (The Reidsville Review - McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) --
Reidsville police need help identifying two suspects in the Annie Penn Hospital bomb threat case which took place on Jan. 13.
Police received a report of a bomb threat at the hospital around 2:34 a.m. New information from the police department indicates two suspects recently purchased the cell phone used to make the call. Police found video of the suspects from a surveillance camera at a Dollar General, located at 3830 Guess Road, in Durham.
While investigating the bomb threat, police received a second call from Eden Jewelry located at 1558 Freeway Drive, in Reidsville. Officers joined Rockingham County sheriff's deputies in investigating a burglar alarm at the store.
While driving to the store, deputies found hundreds of nails poured onto the street. One deputy popped all four of his tires driving over the nails.
Police found the suspects broke the front glass of the store. Three suspects appeared in video from the store. They wore jumpsuits, hoodies and masks. Two suspects entered the store and took an undetermined amount of jewelry.
Police continue to work in determining if the two incidents are connected.
Police ask anyone with information regarding the identity of the two men to call Reidsville Police Sergeant T. Dean Cook at 336-347-2357 or Rockingham County Crimestoppers at 336-349-9683.
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