Plymouth police respond to false gunshot alarm at local business

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PLYMOUTH — Plymouth Police Department officers and other area law enforcement responded to a gunshot sensor alarm at Wilson Tire on Tenney Mountain Highway at approximately 4:04 p.m. on June 6.

The alarm company alerted the Plymouth Police Department Communication’s Center, prompting a swift reaction to the potential threat.

Officers secured the area and conducted a thorough search of the business and surrounding vicinity.

After an investigation, it was determined there was no threat to public safety.

The alarm was found to have been triggered in error.

Chief Hutchins of the Plymouth Police Department confirmed that the alarm went off mistakenly and that there was no actual danger to the community.

Officials have not released details on what caused the false alarm.

The incident was resolved without any reported injuries or disturbances.

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