St. Cloud Police Seek Person of Interest For Bomb Threats
ST. CLOUD - St. Cloud Police are asking for help finding someone they describe as a "person of interest" in the recent bomb threat calls.
Police say 31-year-old Matthew Hull is believed to be living in the Princeton area. Hull is a person of interest in regards to the bomb threats made at Cash Wise East and the St. Cloud Library on Saturday.
He's also believed to be involved in the bomb threat at the St. Cloud Walmart on Monday.
On Saturday, St. Cloud Police responded to the first bomb threat at St. Cloud Library from 12:29 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. The second bomb threat was reported at Cash Wise just after 1:00 p.m. at 1001 4th Street Southeast.
St. Cloud Police and Fire responded to both locations and determined there was no threat. Nothing suspicious was found and customers/guests were allowed back inside.
The Sartell Walmart was also evacuated for a bomb threat on Saturday afternoon. However, St. Cloud Police didn't indicate if Hull had any suspected involvement in this threat.
If you see Hull or have information, you're urged to contact local law enforcement or St. Cloud Police dispatch at 320-251-1200. If you contact outside law enforcement, you should tell them that St. Cloud Police are looking for Hull in regards to the recent bomb threats.
Hull also has an active warrant out of Stearns County for financial transaction card fraud.