GENEVA, Ala. (WTVY) -- Employees at Reliable Products in Geneva will return to work on September 17th, after a bomb threat forced them from their jobs.
A potentially threatening message on a bathroom stall concerned management enough they called the police.
The message threatened an explosion.
Employees were evacuated and went home for the day.
Bomb experts searched the plant but found nothing.
"It's very important, in case there was some legitimately to it then, we don't want anyone injured or hurt in case this thing was real," Geneva Police Chief, Tony Clemmons said.
Investigators hope video surveillance will give them some info about who made the threat.