Bomb threat leads to evacuation of county offices in Shelbyville

(Courtesy: Shelbyville Times Gazette)

SHELBYVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – A threat led to the evacuation of Bedford County’s courthouse annex offices.

Numerous law enforcement agencies were on the scene Friday morning at 100 Public Square in Shelbyville.

The offices affected included the county clerk, register of deeds, and trustee.

Sheriff Austin Swing told News 2 a bomb threat was phoned in. No device was found and the all clear was given after bomb-sniffing dogs checked the buildings.

Further details weren’t released.

Photo courtesy Shelbyville Times Gazette.