Munich Train Stations Evacuated After Possible Terror Threat

Police said there were hints of a possible bomb attack to train stations.

— -- Police in Munich evacuated two train stations in the city after getting word of a possible terror attack.

Officials said they got hints of a possible bomb attack, specifically in the main Munich train station and the Pasing station, a police spokeswoman told ABC News.

Both train stations has been evacuated, police said. The were reopened hours later.

Officers who were off duty for New Years went into work and are now performing sweeps of the stations. Police have not yet found anything suspicious, they said.

Police are asking people to avoid crowds, public transportation and train stations.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.

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