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CMC, Elliot up security after threat


August 13. 2018 11:27PM

A cruiser is parked outside the Catholic Medical Center emergency room Sunday after police said a threat had been made against Manchester hospitals by an unknown person who “may or may not reside in the city.” (DOUG ALDEN/UNION LEADER)



MANCHESTER — Catholic Medical Center and Elliot Hospital said they were controlling access and enhancing security after police said a “generic threat” was made against the hospitals over the weekend.

“Our patrol division increased patrols in and around the hospitals during the past 36 hours while investigators worked tirelessly following up on multiple leads to determine the identity of the suspect,” said police Lt. Brian O’Keefe.

The threat was made around 3 a.m. Sunday.


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