COLUMBUS, Ind. — Columbus Police Department officers responded to a reported bomb threat at a local store that was determined to be unfounded upon investigation.

Officers responded to a call about a bomb threat at Target, 1865 N. National Road in Columbus, at about 9:45 p.m. Saturday. The store was being evacuated by employees when officers arrived, said Lt. Matt Harris, spokesman for the police department.

Officers from the Columbus Police Department Bomb Squad conducted a search of the building and did not observe anything out of order. No injuries or damage were reported, Harris said.

It was later determined that several other Target stores across the country received similar threats Saturday, Harris said.