Bomb threat left on Virginia synagogue's voicemail

A police K-9 search of the area did not turn up any bombs.

Close up of a man using mobile smart phone (photo credit: INGIMAGE)
Close up of a man using mobile smart phone
(photo credit: INGIMAGE)
A bomb threat was left on the voicemail of a Virginia synagogue.
The message came in to Congregation Ner Shalom in Woodbridge on Friday evening, according to a statement from the Prince William County Police. It included “inappropriate language and the threat of a bomb,” the statement said.
A police K-9 search of the area did not turn up any bombs. Police said the investigation would continue.