Cops say a woman from Elwood, Atlantic County, is facing charges after leaving a suspicious package at a local municipal building.

The Mullica Township Police Department says at about 4:30 Monday afternoon, their officers were alerted to a suspicious package in front of the township municipal building.

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Arriving officers found a brown box that contained a letter stating, "the next box will be a BOMB! You will not know when or where,” according to police.

An investigation lead them to 41-year-old Sandra Rambo of Elwood, who was arrested and charged with two counts of false public alarm related to the bomb threat.

Rambo was remanded to the Atlantic County Justice Facility.

The public is reminded that all individuals are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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