UPDATED: Fairfax Police Investigating Possible Bomb Threat at Kaiser Permanente

Updated at 11:20 a.m. — FCPD said that officers have completed their investigation after nothing suspicious was found and normal operations will resume shortly. 

Earlier: Police are on the scene of a potential bomb threat at Kaiser Permanente (1890 Metro Center Drive).

Police evacuated the building as a precaution after “a note was found indicating a bomb threat,” according to a tweet from the Fairfax County Police Department today (Jan. 24) at 9:29 a.m.

“At this time, no evidence to substantiate it,” the tweet said. “Please stay clear of the area.”

Police say they are investigating the threat.

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This story has been updated

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