On December 13, the United States and Canada have faced with a group of anonymous bomb threats, according to Global News.
The police are investigating a number of cases related to today's threats of bombings in various places around the city, after which people were evacuated.
King Station in Toronto was cleared immediately after 3:30 p.m. Police are investigating where the threat of an explosion came from.
Later, the police reported that there were more than 10 threatening calls, and one of them reported about a bomb in a large hospital in Toronto.
Then it turned out that in several U.S. cities, as well as in Winnipeg, Calgary, Ottawa, and Vancouver, the police also received reports of bombs today.
Please be advised - there is an email being circulated containing a bomb threat asking for bitcoin payment. While this email has been sent to numerous locations, searches have been conducted and NO DEVICES have been found. pic.twitter.com/7omOs13Z7Q— NYPD NEWS (@NYPDnews) December 13, 2018
Among the victims of the attacks were also Call of Duty developers — Infinity Ward.
We're working a number of bomb threat calls in OKC. There have been similar threats called into several locations around the country. No credible threat found at this point. We encourage the public to continue to be vigilant and call with anything suspicious.— Oklahoma City Police (@OKCPD) December 13, 2018
Police stations in New York and Oklahoma also reported on their tweets that several businessmen received emails with threats of a bomb explosion and demands to pay with bitcoin. In exchange for payment, according to the extortionists, finding the bomb would be revealed.
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