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LONG ISLAND CITY, Queens – A woman is being sought for allegedly placing a false bomb threat on a Queens factory, police said.

Police said Vernice Brown, 26, phoned in a false bomb threat at a Queens warehouse.

Vernice Brown, 26, was accused of telling a 29-year-old employee at Propper Manufacturing Company on Skillman Avenue through the phone she would “blow up the building,” according to the NYPD. The suspect then sent an email with the same threat, police said.

Police released a photo of Brown in hopes the public can identify her whereabouts.

Propper Manufacturing Company is a family owned U.S. based business that produces medical devices.

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