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Authorities investigating 'terroristic threats' left on car near Dobbins ARB | News

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Authorities investigating 'terroristic threats' left on car near Dobbins ARB
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COBB COUNTY, GA (WXIA) – Cobb County Police and the US military are investigating a report of "terroristic threats" after a letter was left on a vehicle at an office off of Powers Ferry Road.

It is believed to be the same letter posted to a Facebook page which, according to Cobb Police, included threats of harm, and referenced the person's affiliation to his military service.

Cobb Police Officer Alicia Chilton said it is possible the victim was targeted due to having a license place which identified the person as being a service member.

A news organization founded by Marines posted the note on the Facebook page along with a warning to people at Dobbins Air Reserve Base, asking them to remain alert. The letter was addressed to an "American Soldier," and along with threatening attacks, promised "no mercy."

The threat is being taken seriously and remains under investigation by both police and military authorities.

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