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Posted: 8:07 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2013
KINGS MOUNTAIN, N.C. —
A Kings Mountain man is facing charges after investigators said he called a local business with a bomb threat.
Deputies arrested Chris Lee Tuesday after they said he called the Robert Bosch Corporation in Lincolnton and then said he placed C-4 explosives inside the building.
Nearly 30 employees had to be evacuated while deputies conducted a full sweep of the building, but nothing was found.
Investigators were able to identify Lee by the repeated calls from his cellphone as well as one worker who identified him as her ex-boyfriend who was trying to get her fired.
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