Thu. Jan 27th, 2022

Apple Distribution Center Evacuated Due to a Bomb Threat

According to cultofmac, Apple insider reported that a bomb threat has been made against Apple’s Elk Grove, California distribution center, as soon as the threat spread the three buildings were evacuated immediately.

People with knowledge of Monday’s ongoing incident informed AppleInsider that the eastern three buildings A, B and C have been evacuated at the Apple Sacramento Campus. The site is used for receiving, warehousing and logistics, and is comprised of three warehouses totaling 450,000 square feet.

The buildings were evacuated Monday around 12:30 p.m. Eastern, 9:30 a.m. Pacific. As of Monday afternoon around 2:30 Eastern, 11:30 local time, emergency personnel were still on scene.

The evacuated buildings house refurbished products, returns, finance and human resource operations for Apple.

According to Sacramento’s Fox40, the all-clear was given by Elk Grove police after five hours. Officials searched more than 100,000 square feet of area to ensure there was no real threat.