Suspicious suitcase in Incline Village not a bomb |

Suspicious suitcase in Incline Village not a bomb

INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. —A suspicious suitcase that was reported to authorities Monday in Incline Village was not dangerous.

The Washoe County Sheriff’s Office Bomb Squad responded Monday afternoon to a report of a suspicious package on the 300 block of Village Boulevard.

After investigating, the squad deemed the suitcase safe, and empty, and did not evacuate the area.

Authorities responded Monday to a report of a suspicious package.

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