ANN ARBOR, Mich. – A suspicious package discovered at the Huron Village Shopping Center in Ann Arbor has been deemed harmless by police.
Around 1:15 p.m., Ann Arbor police asked residents to avoid the area near Washtenaw Avenue and Huron Parkway.
The area was evacuated and some businesses were closed during the investigation. Bomb-sniffing dogs and the FBI were called to investigate the package, which had been found at the AT&T store, police said.
By 3:11 p.m. the package was given the all clear and the area was reopened to traffic.
On social media, police thanked University of Michigan Division of Public Safety & Security, US Alcohol Tobacco & Firearms Detroit Field Division and Michigan State Police for their involvement.
A suspicious package found at a business has been cleared and found to be a harmless package. Officers are beginning to clear the area and things should be reopening soon. We thank our partners at @umichdpss, @ATFDetroit, and @mspmetrodet for their assistance. https://t.co/OfzwZ5OPdW— Ann Arbor Police (@A2Police) October 25, 2021