The explosion at a beauty salon in the Midwest is sparking concerns about how to deal with threats that go beyond threats of violence.
The bomb threats targeting the Beauty Salon Equipment (BETA) business in Dayton, Ohio, on Wednesday morning came at the same time as the announcement by a woman who identified herself as the salon’s owner, that she was leaving the business.
The bomb threat prompted her to lock herself in her office and to lock her children in their car.
She told The Dayton Daily News that the threats were a direct threat and she was told by an unidentified woman to go to the FBI to report the threat.
“We’ve been getting reports for hours.
I got a call at 3:30 this morning, and they said I have to go out.
We’ve been dealing with bomb threat calls and other threats,” the woman told the Dayton Daily Post.”
I have my children locked in the car.
I don’t know how long it will be, but we’ve got to get them to go.”
The woman told police that the bomb threat came from a woman calling herself Sarah, and that she told her that the owner of the salon would be leaving on Monday.
She also said she heard that the business had to shut down and that the women who work there were going to have to move.
“They said they would call her back and they would come out and tell me the news,” she said.
“That was the first bomb threat I’ve ever heard.
We had a bomb threat in the office yesterday, and I’m like, what are you doing?
That was the last time I heard that, and then the next day we had another bomb threat.”
A security camera shows a woman walking into a business in the upscale Dayton, OH, area.
The woman said she was forced to lock up her children inside their car and was threatened with a bomb.
(AP Photo/The Dayton Daily Journal, Scott Olson)The owner of BETA, Michelle O’Brien, said that she is aware of the bomb threats and said she is monitoring them.
“She’s a mom.
She has children, so they need to be safe,” she told the Associated Press.
O’Brien said that a bomb is not an uncommon threat for businesses, especially in a neighborhood where the number of bomb threats have soared in recent months.
She said the company’s security is up and that they have had to hire extra security guards.
“This is a very, very serious situation, and we’re doing everything that we can to make sure the community understands that there are no threats out there,” she added.
The Dayton Police Department confirmed that they were called to the business shortly after 3:45 a.m. local time, but that no one was hurt.
“There was no incident and no threat to the community,” Dayton Police said in a statement.
The security camera at the business shows the woman walking to her car.
The woman is seen entering the business and taking her children to a car.
She is seen then locking the doors.
The business is owned by the same woman who posted the bomb threatening threats, who is described as Caucasian, in her Twitter bio.
She posted a picture of her and her children as they entered the business, but no other information was given about them.
Her bio also states that she works at a local school, and her father is a veterinarian in Ohio.
The owner of Beauty Salon equipment, Michelle Pugh, told local reporters that the salon had received two bomb threats since Tuesday morning.
The owner also told The Associated Press that her business had received three bomb threats, which she called “totally unexpected.”
“This one was just a prank, I don,t think they are going to be threatening us,” she wrote.