Facebook Campus Locked Down On Tuesday Night Due To “Unsubstantiated” Threat

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Facebook’s Menlo Park campus was temporarily locked down last night, with employees “held at the site” for about an hour, according to a statement from the Menlo Park Police Department.

The department says it received a “possible threat” at 7:10pm. The threat was “determined to be unsubstantiated and not credible” and Facebook employees “began to leave the campus normally” at around 8:30pm.

The statement does not specify the nature of the threat, but the San Francisco Chronicle reports that it was a bomb threat.

The full statement reads:

On March 11, 2014, at about 7:10 p.m. the Menlo Park Police Department received a possible threat to the Facebook Campus in Menlo Park from the San Francisco Police Department. Based on this possible threat, the Menlo Park Police Department followed standard operating procedures and sent officers to the Facebook campus and advised Facebook personnel. Facebook personnel held employees at the site…

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