All-clear given at Jeffersontown Kroger after bomb squad called out for suspicious suitcase

According to the recent statement by the police. After this incident happened In Jeffersontown Kroger, everything is clear after a bomb squad summoned a suspicious travel bag. Jeffersontown grocery store was evacuated of any threat after law enforcement officers were called in to investigate a suspicious parcel.

While, the statement by the police stated that Kroger was evacuated on Taylorsville Road in Stony Brook Mall Wednesday afternoon by Jeffersontown Police Department.

All-clear given at Jeffersontown Kroger after bomb squad called out for suspicious suitcase

Few details were revealed when the evacuation took place except that officers were looking into the suspicious package. Louisville ATF was also called to the scene. At around 4:30 PM, the ATF deployed a package-checking robot in the store. The robot was on the scene for hours while teams were investigating the element.

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It wasn’t until around 6:30 PM. The police gave everything. Officials said in an update that the eviction took place after a person entered the store with a suitcase item. The store’s partners became anxious after leaving the bag behind, and they called the police and vacated the store.

Furthermore, the Jeffersontown police arrived afterward and reviewed surveillance footage of a person who could be seen wandering around the store with a shopping cart. When the individual left the store, he left the bag behind. According to the police, the robot used an X-ray to inspect the bag and decided it was safe for the officers to examine it. Inside were various items, including clothes and wires. Officials were not any of the elements dangerous. Police are still reviewing the surveillance footage to see if they can identify the man. A Jeffersontown grocery store has been cleared of any threat after law enforcement officers were called out to investigate a suspicious package. Now, what is your take on this? Is Kroger safe enough after so many incidents happening? What about the workforce safety? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below!

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