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Santa Cruz County sheriff’s detectives today released video footage of a man they suspect called a PG&E facility in Live Oak and made a bomb and shooting threat. Deputies responded at about 8:10 a.m. this morning to a report of a bomb threat at the PG&E facility located at 615 Seventh Ave. Someone from PG&E reported that an unknown man had called and said there was a bomb at the facility and that someone was going to shoot employees at that location, the sheriff’s office said.
Upon arrival, deputies helped evacuate about 55 PG&E employees. After combing through the facility and not finding any trace of a bomb, employees were allowed to go back to work at about 9:15 a.m. Authorities were able to trace the phone call to a payphone in the 2-1600 block of East Cliff Drive in Santa Cruz. A nearby liquor store captured video of a man using the phone at the time of the bomb threat call to PG&E.
He appears to be a white man in his 50s, with gray hair. He was depicted wearing a dark jacket. The sheriff’s office is releasing the video in hopes of identifying the man.
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