SWAT officers and police were stationed at Procter & Gamble's Cincinnati headquarters on Wednesday following a "security concern."
Citing an "abundance of caution," P&G officials closed the offices, and SWAT officers were stationed at the site, according to an email to corporation employees.
"Given the awareness of a potential security concern by Cincinnati Police, we have closed our downtown offices today out of an abundance of caution," a spokesperson for P&G said in a statement shared with the Washington Examiner.
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P&G reached out to police on Tuesday night regarding a security concern, according to a report.
“P&G contacted CPD late yesterday evening reference a security concern at their downtown location," Sgt. Anthony Mitchell of the Cincinnati Police Department said. "With the recent incidents surrounding the nation, P&G made the decision for their employees not to report to work this morning."
The offices will experience an "extended Cincinnati police presence" throughout the day, and authorities are working with P&G to look into the concern, according to Mitchell.
"CPD is currently assisting P&G with this security concern," Mitchell said.
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"No further information will be provided at this time."