Police: At least 5 EMS stations across city receive bomb threats

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Authorities say multiple EMS stations across the city received bomb threats over the phone Sunday.

Police say someone got the listing of EMS station houses - which are public - and started calling them.

They say at least five stations faced threats, but they were not found credible.

No suspicious devices have been located at any of the stations.

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