Nothing found after bomb threat at Ogilvie
September 12, 2011 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- A Metra spokesperson confirms a bomb threat was called into Metra police Monday morning.
Metra spokesman Tom Miller said a male caller told police some type of bomb was planted near Madison and Wacker, two blocks away from the Ogilvie Transportation Center.
There was no impact to Metra service. Police say nothing was found.
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