Police are searching for a hoax caller whose threats have closed the central bank’s Ostrava headquarters three times in as many weeks. The latest incident happened place on Monday morning when the building was evacuated in the wake of an anonymous bomb threat. The police are investigating the case as scaremongering under which the culprit could get up to five years in prison.
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