NYC bus terminal reopened after report of suspicious package

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Source:   —  April 03, 2016, at 10:10 AM

Harbour Authority of NY and NJ Police spokesman Joe Pentangelo says the package was cleared around 3:30 p.

Police declare a piece of the Harbour Authority Bus Terminal in Manhattan has reopened after being evacuated for about forty-five minutes following a report of a suspicious package.

Harbour Authority of NY and NJ Police spokesman Joe Pentangelo says the package was cleared around 3:30 p. m. and the closed piece of the terminal was reopened.

It was closed earlier after a police dog alerted officers to what police believed was a suspicious package that was wrapped in brown paper in front of a bar at the bus terminal.

The PABT serves as the main gateway for buses into NY City. It'south the largest terminal in the United States.

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