CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Management evacuated a Walmart store as a precaution Thursday night in northeast Charlotte after someone phoned in a bomb threat.
The store reopened shortly after the evacuation.
One customer said it was a scary situation.
"Unsafe. I don't know. I really don't know what to say but thank God everyone got out of there safely," Riva Royster said.
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