Colorado State Patrol said the building was evacuated out of an abundance of caution while they investigated. No threat was found.
DENVER — The Colorado Capitol was reopened for entry after being evacuated Wednesday due to a bomb threat.
Colorado State Patrol (CSP) said just before 1 pm that the building was evacuated out of an abundance of caution while they investigated whether the threat received by another agency was credible.
At 1:45 pm, CSP said the building was reopened after dogs and security swept the building and did not find a threat.
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