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Police Blow Up ‘Suspicious Package’ At C.R. England

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Yesterday, a package that was delivered by  USPS to C.R. England’s hub at 4701 W. 2100 South in West Valley City, Utah.  The package was sent by “a former contractor who had left on less than positive terms,” C.R. England’s Director of Management Services David Allred told CDLLife.

Allred said no bomb threat was called in.

A call was placed to the West Valley Police Department and the building was evacuated.

When West Valley police officer arrived, they blew up the box and found it was filled with a towel and religious pamphlets.

The disgruntled employee has not been named.

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