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    Boston Police Investigate Phone Threats to 2 Gay Bars
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    Police are investigating threatening phone calls made two bars in Boston that cater to a largely gay clientele.

    The calls came in at about the same time on consecutive nights.

    A police spokesman said the first call was answered by an employee at dbar at about 7:30 p.m. Friday.

    Another call targeted the Alley Bar at about the same time Saturday night.

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    Boston Police Commissioner William Gross told the Boston Herald that his department doesn't "take any threats lightly."

    He says everybody should be able to enjoy a night out peacefully.

    Police said Monday night that the threats were generic and not directed toward the gay community. The case remains under investigation.

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