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UPDATED FEB. 12 1:30 p.m.: The road has been reopened.

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A portion of South Woodland Boulevard in DeLand was shut down late Tuesday morning and early Tuesday afternoon, after a bomb threat was made against a doughnut shop.

DeLand city spokesman Chris Graham said the Dunkin’ Donuts at 1298 South Woodland Boulevard received a call about 11:45 a.m. Tuesday about bombs going off at the location. 

DeLand Police responded and evacuated the building and parking lot.

“The public is asked to avoid the area until it is deemed safe,” Graham said. “Woodland Boulevard at New Hampshire is being shut down until the investigation is over.”

Detectives and a K-9 unit were among those responding to the scene.

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