FARMINGTON, N.M. (KRQE) – Police in Farmington are investigating a string of bomb threats.
Eight threats have been made over the past week and one before Thanksgiving. Police say the threats were made at Farmington High School, at the mall and at a Walmart on east Main Street.
Detectives are reviewing video and following up on leads and working with the District Attorney’s office and the FBI.
If you have any information about the threats, police are urging people to contact them and they could earn a $2,500 reward.