A Walmart on the east side of the valley was evacuated Monday evening due to a bomb threat.
"All I was thinking was 'am I going to have to shield my son?' Sadly that's the first thing that came to mind was I don't hear guns, but am I going to," said Nicole Barbon, a Walmart customer who was forced to leave the store.
Around 7 p.m., the store near Nellis Boulevard and Boulder Highway was evacuated after a bomb threat was written on a wall in the women's restroom. Police used K-9 units but nothing was located.
"Walking in the restroom I actually got a little creeped out, but now I'm really creeped out," said Jessica Kuss, Walmart customer.
Security is circling the property, but inside things seem calm. Police have left the scene. pic.twitter.com/3nzXfcIlOs
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