Police investigating terror threat against Kellog’s replacement, temp workers as strike continues

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FILE PHOTO: Union workers remain on strike in Battle Creek

LANCASTER, PA – As Kellog’s corporation begins replacing striking union workers with temporary and replacement workers, a phone call was made threatening those workers.

Police said that on Thursday, officers were dispatched to Kellogg’s Corporation – 2050 State Rd. for a Threats complaint. Unknown actor(s) called the company via phone just minutes before and advised that a shooting would occur within 15 minutes, targeting temporary workers at the facility. Officers arrived and commenced the investigation. Officers posted at all entrances to the property and ensured that the location was safe. Enhanced security measures are being taken, and the origin of the phone call is actively under investigation.

This week, Kellog’s union workers rejected a contract proposed by the company.