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Sacramento County sheriffs say a 13-year-old has been issued a citation for reporting a false bomb threat | Update

Sacramento County sheriff's reported the incident just before 6 p.m. on Twitter.

SACRAMENTO, Calif — Update:

Sacramento County Sherriff's Office says a 13-year-old boy was issued a felony citation for a "report of a false bomb threat."

Original Story: 

The Sacramento County Sherriff's Office says the bomb threat they were investigating at a Sam's Club near South Sacramento was "unfounded."

"No suspicious devices were located," deputies told ABC10.

The sheriff's office said Friday evening it was investigating a "bomb threat' at Sam’s Club on Power Inn. The building was evacuated. 

"This is a very serious threat. We treat it credible until proven otherwise," said Sgt. Kionna Rowe, Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office public information officer.

law enforcement released two bomb-sniffing dogs on the scene to survey the store.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.

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