Bomb Threat At Microsoft’s Munich HQ Leads To Evacuation

More than 1,800 employees of Microsoft have been evacuated from its headquarters near Munich Tuesday afternoon, police said, according to local media reports. The Microsoft HQ are located in Lohhof, a suburb of industrial parks 15 miles north of Munich.

The German daily Süddeutsche is reporting that the Microsoft bomb threat came in about 12:06 pm local time, and authorities immediately began an evacuation of the employees who work at the facility.

The police have not made an official statement yet, but locals are reporting that several teams of law enforcement with dogs are currently searching the building.

UPDATE: Workers return to Microsoft HQ in Munich after bomb threat

In the latest on the developing Microsoft bomb threat story, Munich police have completed a sweep in the Microsoft headquarters premises and found no bomb or other threat. The police are now saying they believe the bomb threat was just a hoax.

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All of the employees that work at the local HQ building have now returned to the facility and are resuming their normal work activities.

Stay tuned for further updates to this breaking Microsoft bomb threat story.

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