Sen. Mark Kelly’s office evacuated following bomb threat, no bomb found 

Sen. Mark Kelly

By Perry Vandell || Arizona Republic

Phoenix police evacuated Sen. Mark Kelly’s office on Monday after the office received a voicemail message from an unknown person suggesting a bomb was inside the building.

Sgt. Philip Krynsky, a department spokesperson, told The Arizona Republic that officers responded to the building near 22nd Street and Camelback Road. Officers searched the the building and ultimately cleared it after finding no evidence that a bomb was inside.

Krynsky did not say whether police had any leads on who left the threatening voicemail. U.S. Capitol Police, which took over the investigation, said it was aware of the incident and investigating. 

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