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Downtown offices closed because of ‘security concern’

Downtown offices closed because of 'security concern'

Procter & Gamble’s downtown offices will be closed Wednesday for security concerns, according to a company spokesperson.In a statement to WLWT, P&G wrote: “Given awareness of a potential security concern by Cincinnati Police, we have closed our downtown offices today out of an abundance of caution.”The Cincinnati Police Department says, in a statement, that P&G contacted the department late Tuesday evening, “referencing a security concern” at the downtown building.”With recent incidents surrounding the nation, P&G made the decision for their employees not to report to work this morning,” CPD’s statement reads. “CPD is currently assisting P&G with this security concern.”Cincinnati police says no further information will be provided at this time.Law enforcement officers, including a SWAT team, are on the scene.Some employees who spoke with WLWT say they arrived to the building not knowing it had been closed. One employee tells us she is already inside the building and is being allowed to stay inside but can leave if she’d like.This is a developing story. WLWT has sent a reporter to the scene.

Procter & Gamble’s downtown offices will be closed Wednesday for security concerns, according to a company spokesperson.

In a statement to WLWT, P&G wrote: “Given awareness of a potential security concern by Cincinnati Police, we have closed our downtown offices today out of an abundance of caution.”

The Cincinnati Police Department says, in a statement, that P&G contacted the department late Tuesday evening, “referencing a security concern” at the downtown building.

“With recent incidents surrounding the nation, P&G made the decision for their employees not to report to work this morning,” CPD’s statement reads. “CPD is currently assisting P&G with this security concern.”

Cincinnati police says no further information will be provided at this time.

Law enforcement officers, including a SWAT team, are on the scene.

Some employees who spoke with WLWT say they arrived to the building not knowing it had been closed. One employee tells us she is already inside the building and is being allowed to stay inside but can leave if she’d like.

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This is a developing story. WLWT has sent a reporter to the scene.

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