Patrols of the Public Security Ministry and Prosecutor General’s Office went to the scene and using dogs trained to detect explosives toured the facility, with negative results. The Ministry of Public Security said that Walmart staff called to report they had received a phone call from a male voice threatening to detonate a grenade inside the store. Police proceeded to conduct a thorough review around the property with trained dogs, but no explosive device was found. After the search concluded, the store resumed operations as normal.
The detainees were transported from the scene in separate police vehicles.
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