Police Investigate Bomb Threat at Selma and Vine

Police blocked public access to businesses on the east sidewalk of Vine Street for a short time Thursday.

Notice police activity near Selma Avenue and Vine Street Thursday afternoon?

Los Angeles police received a report of a possible bomb threat at a bank on the 1600 block of Vine Street around 12 p.m. The bomb squad and bomb-sniffing dogs determined there was no threat to the area, according to an LAPD officer at the scene. Employees were allowed back into the bank around 2 p.m.

Selma Avenue between Argyle and Vine was closed as well as the east sidewalk of Vine Street during the investigation.

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Lynn Shepodd September 13, 2013 at 01:34 PM
Over at 2? The traffic at 5 ish all throughout the flats of Hollywood was jammed beyond belief.


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