Facebook's Main Campus Building Evacuated Due to Bomb Threat
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San Francisco, Dec 12: A building on Facebook's main campus in California was evacuated due to a bomb threat, police said. After an inspection of the building on Tuesday by anti-explosives units and sniffer dogs, the Menlo Park police said they could not find any suspicious packages, reports Efe news. Facebook Adds USD 9 Billion to Share Buyback Effort.

The building is located in the 200 block of Jefferson Drive in Menlo Park, a town south of San Francisco where Facebook is headquartered. Facebook also evacuated the adjacent buildings as a preventive measure. Donald Trump Appears When Searched For Word ‘Idiot’; Google CEO Sundar Pichai Explains Why!

The Menlo Park authorities were alerted to the bomb threat by the New York Police Department.