All clear given after suspicious packages found in Bronx, SoHo
BRONX, N.Y. — Police were clearing the scene after rendering a suspicious package that was found in the Bronx as harmless.
The device, which several reports indicate was a pressure cooker without wires, was found on Wednesday evening, according to PIX 11 News. Part of the Major Deegan Expressway, a major thoroughfare connecting New York City’s boroughs, was closed for a time since the package was found under the highway overpass at East 134th Street and Alexander Avenue.
A bomb squad responded to the scene to assist.
Police also said another suspicious package was found in SoHo, near Mercer and Grand streets, but that has been cleared as well.
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