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.
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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.”
There was no bomb and no one was injured.