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Austin, Texas – The Texas state capitol in Austin was evacuated on Saturday after a bomb threat was made to the police.

The threat was made by an unknown caller who claimed to have placed a pipe bomb in the Capitol around 4 p.m.

According to the authorities, the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Troopers and bomb-sniffing dogs searched the Capitol grounds for several hours and determined that there were no explosives.
The lawmakers were not convening at the time the threat was called in, and no injuries have been reported.

The DPS did a thorough sweep of the area with the K9 dogs and confirmed that there was no danger to the public.

The state authorities have not yet released any information about the identity of the caller or any potential motive behind the threat.
The Texas state capitol is a popular tourist destination and is open to the public every day of the week, except on major holidays.

It houses the offices and chambers of the Texas Legislature and the Governor’s Office, along with a museum and other historic buildings.

The Capitol has seen several protests and demonstrations in the past, but this is the first time it has been evacuated due to a bomb threat.
The investigation into the incident is ongoing, and anyone with information is urged to contact the authorities.

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