A bomb threat called into a Clifton restaurant has police looking for suspects and answers. No explosives were found in a search following the bomb threat at the Dos Hombres restaurant off of I–70 Business Loop in Clifton. Officials with the Mesa County Sheriff's Office say the threat was made around 11:30 Saturday night. Patrol deputies and tactical officers determined there were no explosives present, so the bomb squad was not needed. There were no customers inside the building at the time of the threat so business was not disrupted. It is unknown whether it was a male of female who called in the threat and sheriff's deputies are continuing the investigation to determine not only who's responsible, but why the threat was made in the first place. If caught the suspect or suspects face charges of falsely reporting the presence of an explosive device, a class 6 felony.
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