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Johnson County seeks to interview man in connection with courthouse threats

Updated: 2014-01-01T04:25:53Z

Johnson County Sheriff’s Office deputies are asking for the public’s help in identifying a person who may know details regarding recent threats called into the county courthouse.

The courthouse in Olathe closed early Monday afternoon because of a threat. Authorities received a separate threat on Dec. 27, the sheriff’s office said.

Authorities describe the person they want to interview as a white man with a medium build who was wearing jeans and a tan jacket. They believ3e he was driving a late-model Ford F-150 four-door truck, with a two-tone paint scheme of copper over gold.

Anyone with information on this person or vehicle should call the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office at 913-715-5560, or the TIPS Hotline at 816 474-TIPS (474-8477).

Brian Burnes, bburnes@kcstar.com

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