Police: No threats now in New Jersey after Paris attacks

New Jersey State Police say after the recent deadly attacks in Paris there is no credible threat in the state at this time.

Police spokesman Sgt. Jeff Flynn said Saturday the Regional Operations and Intelligence Center in West Trenton monitors world events every hour of every day and is keeping an eye on the current situation.

Flynn says it’s operating business as usual.

Gov. Chris Christie also said on Twitter state police and the Homeland Security Department are taking steps to protect New Jersey.

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Authorities on are alert after at least 129 people died Friday night in gun and bomb attacks in Paris. The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility.

Flynn reminded residents that if they see suspicious behavior they should report it to local police by calling 911.

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