UPDATE: Staff allowed back to work after "bomb threat" forced evacuation of Weston-super-Mare offices
Dozens of staff have been evacuated from an office block in Weston-super-Mare following what is believed to be a bomb threat.
The office block at Worle Parkway, near the railway station, was evacuated shortly after 2pm.
A police spokesman said: "Shortly after 2pm we were informed of a threat which had been made against a business in Parkway, Weston-super-Mare.
"With public safety being our primary concern the building is being evacuated and police are at the scene."
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The office block is understood to be the base of three local businesses SGS, Sita UK and Fiveways.
Police are now on site carrying out an investigation.
UPDATE: Staff have been allowed to re-enter an office building in Weston-super-Mare following a bomb threat.
The office block at Worle Parkway was evacuated shortly after 2pm after a suspected bomb threat.
A police spokesman said: “We searched the building and found nothing untoward.
“Staff have been allowed back to work.
“We would like to thank all those people inconvenienced for their patience while we dealt with the incident.”
An investigation is now underway into the incident and anyone with information should call police on 101.