Arianna Grande concert receives bomb threat

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A man was arrested in Costa Rica Sunday, after authorities tapped him as a suspect in a bomb threat at an Ariana Grande concert.

Law enforcement was naturally extremely vigilant, as the threat comes on the heels of a devastating bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in England in May.

The suspect, a 22-year-old Colombian, reportedly made the threat online, according to a statement made by Costa Rican prosecutors.  He was identified only by his family names, Caicedo Lopez.

According to investigator Walter Espinoza, the the threats were written in Arabic.

Grande’s Sunday concert in Alajuela went on as scheduled.

I love you, Costa Rica 🌙

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