The Oneida County Sheriff's Office is investigating a bomb threat that was made against a Rome company.

According to officials, a verbal threat was made to a worker at Premier Aviation on Tuesday evening.

As a result of the threat, the building was evacuated and swept with the assistance of the Sheriff's Canine unit.

The building was finally cleared and people were allowed to return to work shortly after 7 p.m.

The investigation is ongoing and at this time no arrests have been made. The Sheriff's Office was assisted at the scene by Rome Police and Federal Police.

UPDATED 11:43- The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office says it's been determined that a bomb threat at Premier Aviation in Rome was not credible.

Sheriff Rob Maciol says the investigation has been concluded and there will be no criminal charges in the matter.