FRUITLAND - Police are investigating after a bomb threat was called into a Fruitland bank Thursday morning.
The call to D.L. Evans Bank came in about 10:30 a.m.
Fruitland Police Chief J.D. Huff tells KTVB that the call was a recorded message threatening that a bomb was going to be delivered to the bank in 10 minutes.
Huff said the bank was quickly evacuated, but employees and customers were allowed inside a short time later. Officers stayed on scene as a precaution to monitor the bank.
The phone call originated in North Idaho, Huff said.
Investigators are following some leads in the case.