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Police arrest man who dialed in bomb threat from subway station pay phone

Police released video footage of the man who allegedly made the threat.

Investigators released this image of the suspect taken by a surveillance camera.NYPD

Police arrested a man in connection with a bomb threat made from a pay phone in Queens, officials said.

Brian Harrison, 56, has been charged with three counts of filing a false report and three counts of making terroristic threats for allegedly calling 911 and making a bomb threat.

The suspect entered the subway station at Queens Boulevard and 71st Avenue at 9:31 a.m. on Oct. 13 and used a pay phone to say there was a bomb located at QueensBoulevardand Continental Avenue in Forest Hills, police said.

He then entered anelevator and pressed the emergency call button, intowhich police said he stated “the bomb will go off in 6 minutes and 57 seconds.”

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There was no bomb and no one was injured.

 
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