SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A bomb threat made against the Anti-Defamation League's Northern California office in San Francisco prompted the closure of Market Street between Kearny and Grant streets Monday afternoon, affecting the F Market Streetcar along with several trolley and coach motorbus lines.
The San Francisco police say no device has been located, but they plan to search the building as a safety precaution.
The portion of Market Street between O'Farrell and Kearny streets was reopened around 7 p.m.
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Market Street reopens in San Francisco following bomb threat
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