Employees at CAA headquarters in Century City were forced to evacuate Thursday over a security threat, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter.
Agents and employees were instructed to leave the offices at 2000 Avenue of the Stars in Century City for an evacuation that occurred out of “an abundance of caution,” according to a note sent to employees, while the threat was being investigated. Sources note that SWAT officers were present at the building, as well as at least one bomb-sniffing dog.
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All employees have exited the building. The offices will reopen Friday.
“CAA Global Safety & Security has confirmed that the Los Angeles CAA offices have received a security threat,” read a note to employees. It continued: “You safety is our top priority. While the threat is being investigated for its credibility, out of an abundance of caution, we are closing the Los Angeles offices. Please proceed home and encourage those who are able to utilize the stairs to do so as there may be congestions with the elevators.”
Update Jan 25, 4:12 p.m. Updated to include that the CAA offices will reopen tomorrow.
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