Anonymous bomb threats have been sent to several police stations, shopping malls and courts across Croatia.
Bomb threats called in across Croatia
A series of anonymous bomb threats in Croatia has forced the evacuation of several police stations, shopping malls and courts, including the country’s supreme court during a meeting with a delegation from Ukraine.
Police said that “in a short period of time,” several police departments received information about “anonymous reports that explosive devices were allegedly placed” at different locations across the country.
Croatian media said that police searches have so far found no explosive devices.
The president of the Croatian Supreme Court, Radovan Dobronic, told state HRT television that a security officer informed him about the bomb threat as he was meeting with a delegation from Ukraine’s supreme court, adding that it seemed to him that the threat was linked to the meeting.