All-Clear Given After Reported Threat at Target in Brick

The Target store in Brick reopened this afternoon after a reported threat.

Police earlier today released a statement to avoid the store.

“Avoid the area of Target in Brick due to police activity at the store. The store is closed until further notice,” police said. It was reportedly due to a bomb threat.

A short time ago police announced the store reopened.

“Our investigation revealed that the threat was unfounded and the Target store has now been determined safe and is back open for business.”

Several other Targets around the Country reported similar threats.

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    Target Corporation announced Tuesday that the company will no longer call itself ‘Target’ after the retail outlet became a target of pranksters who called in bomb threats to various Target stores throughout the country, prank sources reported on Tuesday.
    “Apparently, the pranksters were looking for the right target to target with their bomb threat pranks,” a Target spokesman told reporters on Tuesday, “and what better target is there to target than Target.”
    “Our bullseye logo didn’t help matters either,” he said.
    The Target spokesman also announced that the retail outlet is offering a $5 Million dollar gift card reward for information leading to the arrest of the pranksters.
    “The gift card offer is not a prank,” he said, “it’s the real day. However, we’re not really going to press charges against the pranksters. We’re just going to prank them a little bit.”

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