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Accused in Aberdeen Business Centre bomb threat appears in Pictou court

New Glasgow Regional Police and New Glasgow Fire Department evacuated the Aberdeen Business Centre Nov. 6.
New Glasgow Regional Police and New Glasgow Fire Department evacuated the Aberdeen Business Centre Nov. 6. - Adam MacInnis
PICTOU, N.S. —

The accused in relation to a bomb threat that occured in New Glasgow had her first court appearance in Pictou Provincial Court on Nov. 12.

Sakura Ash Fiore, 23, was arrested on Nov. 8 at her Munroe Avenue Extention Mount William residence.

The incident occured on Nov. 6 when Fiore is alleged to have threatened the business Web.com's offices in the Aberdeen Business Centre with a bomb threat.

Businesses in the complex were all evacuated and searched. By 8:50 p.m. the search was completed and nothing suspicious was found.

Following her arrest on Nov. 8, Fiore has been charged with two counts of uttering threats and breach of an undertaking.

As part of an investigation led by the New Glasgow Regional Police Major Crime Unit, police seized electronic devices from Fiore's residence.

According to New Glasgow Regional Police Const. Ken MacDonald, these devices will be further examined by police.

Fiore was released on bail and under conditions to keep the peace. She will next appear in court on Dec. 16 for a Crown election and plea hearing.

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