The Streets at Southpoint Mall had two additional bomb threats Monday, following a series of four threats made over the phone Sunday, according to the Durham Police Department.
The mall is currently open and operating.
Monday's first threat was a phone call around 8 a.m., and the second threat was shortly after noon. A bomb dog from the Durham County Sheriff’s Office was brought to the mall Sunday and Monday, but no bomb has been found.
The first bomb threat was a phone call on Sunday from a man calling with a Virginia area code at Nordstrom shortly after 3 p.m. In total, four threatening phone calls were made from a Virginia area code.
Claire Blossom, a junior public relations major, said that the managers at Kendra Scott have an app that allows security to notify them of safety issues and threats. The app, however, was not used to notify them of the bomb threats. Blossom said she has worked at Kendra Scott for 14 months, but has never experienced a situation like this before.