IKEA in Boucherville, Quebec has been evacuated after employees received a bomb threat.\nPolice are on the scene conducting a thorough search of the store.\nAn SPAL spokesperson tells MTL Blog that a disgruntled customer is currently the primary suspect.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nThe IKEA in Boucherville on the south shore of the Saint Lawrence River has been evacuated after the store received a bomb threat. The Service de police de l'agglomération de Longueuil (Police for the Longueuil Aglomeration, or SPAL) and firefighters are currently on the scene investigating.\nAccording to François Boucher, a spokesperson for the SPAL, customer service received a bomb threat at around 1:30 p.m. today, August 16. The threat was allegedly made by a disgruntled customer, who told customer service that he had placed a bomb in the store.\nStaff and clients immediately evacuated the building, as well as the parking area. Boucher stated that police are currently carefully inspecting the building, canvassing for explosives or people in the store.\n@perreaux @CBCMontreal We’re being evacuated from IKEA Boucherville and firetrucks are here— प्रेत (@aionilluminaeti) August 16, 2019\nCustomers and staff were evacuated from the store, which is located at 586 Chemin de Touraine, immediately. Firemen and police remain on the scene as a careful canvas of the area is conducted.\nREAD ALSO: A Passenger With Measles Arrived In Montreal From The U.S. & Potentially Exposed Others\nAs of now, police cannot say when the building will re-open. According to Boucher, though police understand the impact of the operation on the store, it is the police's priority to make absolutely sure that residents are safe.\nÉvacuation générale au IKEA de Boucherville #ikea #evacuation— Mac Ajoub (@macajoub) August 16, 2019\n"General evacuation of the IKEA in Boucherville."\nAccording to Boucher, several leads have led the police to suspect one person in particular. There is no information on whether or not the suspect is already in custody.\nThe building will remain closed until police have deemed it safe to enter.\nThis is a breaking story. We will update it once more information is available.