QUEZON CITY, PHILIPPINES – The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) central office in Quezon City suspended operations on Monday, February 12, following a bomb threat. Authorities later confirmed no evidence of explosives was found after extensive inspections.
The bomb threat in Quezon City raised concerns and prompted authorities to take immediate action, temporarily suspending operations. Law enforcement agencies swiftly responded to the threat, deploying bomb squads and conducting meticulous inspections to ensure the safety of personnel and visitors.
Following operations and thorough inspections, the Quezon City Police District concluded that the threat was unsubstantiated, providing reassurance to employees and stakeholders. Despite the false alarm, authorities emphasized the importance of taking all threats seriously and implementing necessary security measures to safeguard public safety.
The incident adds to the recent wave of bomb threats that have targeted government agencies and institutions across the country. These threats have prompted heightened vigilance and security measures as authorities work to address the challenges posed by such incidents.
While the false alarm caused disruptions and inconvenience, authorities remain committed to maintaining public safety and security. Efforts are underway to investigate the origin of the bomb threat and identify those responsible for perpetuating such acts.