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All clear after another threat made against Chabad of Orlando

A bomb threat was called into two Orlando-area Jewish institutions on Wednesday. Sky 6 images of the Center of Jewish Life Chabad.
A bomb threat was called into two Orlando-area Jewish institutions on Wednesday. Sky 6 images of the Center of Jewish Life Chabad. (Sky 6/WKMG)


ORLANDO, Fla. – The Chabad of Orlando was declared all clear by police after another threat to the synagogue was received for a second day.

No devices or persons were found but it was not a bomb threat, Orange County Sheriff's public information officer Rose Silva said.

A day after Chabad of Orlando was cleared after a bomb threat, another threat was received to the Jewish synagogue, according to authorities.

A rabbi received a threatening phone call on Thursday, Silva said.

The building was evacuated as a precaution, Silva said.

A bomb threat was made Wednesday morning to Chabad of Orlando and the Jewish Academy prompting evacuations, the threat on Thursday was only direct at the Chabad.