The Trelawny Parish court in Falmouth has been evacuated due to a bomb threat this morning, December 4.
Staff and members of the public were asked to evacuate the building at approximately 11:20 am to allow the police and other experts to carry out their investigations.
Members of the public with matters scheduled for today at the Falmouth court are being advised to go to the Duncans Courthouse at 1:00 pm where their matters will be mentioned and new dates set.
The Falmouth courthouse will be reopened as soon as clearance is given by the authorities.
This is the latest of at least four bomb threats that have closed courthouses across the country in the last two months.
By: Gavin Riley