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Bomb squad called to Grand Forks alley for suspicious package

A bomb squad was activated Monday evening to investigate a suspicious package left behind a garage in a Grand Forks alley. Grand Forks police were called at 7:23 p.m. to the 1900 block of 10th Avenue North, where they found a small package, accor...

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A bomb squad was activated Monday evening to investigate a suspicious package left behind a garage in a Grand Forks alley.

Grand Forks police were called at 7:23 p.m. to the 1900 block of 10th Avenue North, where they found a small package, according to a news release. Officers initially were unable to determine what the package was and asked for assistance from the Grand Forks Regional Bomb Squad, which secured the contents of the package without incident, according to the release.

The case is under investigation. Those with information regarding the package should call the Grand Forks Police Department at (701) 780-8000. Tips also can be sent to investigate@grandforksgov.com , the Police Department's Facebook page at bit.ly/2tRQ7IU, the department's homepage at bit.ly/2sWyF62 or by using the Tip411 cellphone app.

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