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CLEVES, Ohio -- Authorities cleared the scene and determined there was no bomb despite a threatening note found outside a Cleves Skyline Chili restaurant Friday night.
An employee reported a bomb threat from a local Skyline Chili to the Hamilton County Sheriff's office around 10 p.m., causing the restaurant to be evacuated.
Authorities on scene said the employee saw a note on a costumer's car. The note said there was a bomb under the car, and that they had 45 seconds.
When police arrived, they used a city bus to hold the Skyline employees during investigation, which lasted just under three hours.
The Skyline Chili is located in the 200 block of S. Main Street.
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