No explosives found after Pennsylvania Capitol complex evacuated for bomb threat: officials

A threatening email circulating through the Pennsylvania capitol led to the evacuation of the building, but officials say a search found no explosives.

More than 250 people received an email Saturday threatening to detonate "highly lethal" devices, going on to say they would do so until President Biden publicly denounces Israel.

The threat prompted the evacuation of the Harrisburg capitol complex.

Pennsylvania Representative Ryan Bizzarro confirmed the incident on X, calling the actions "unhinged behavior."

Officials said no explosives were found after Capitol Police executed a K9 search of the perimeter of the complex.

An investigation is still underway.