CLEVELAND — Officials say no threat was found after Cleveland Police closed the entrance to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport due to an unattended bag found on the sidewalk about 2 p.m. Tuesday.
Police found the bag on the upper roadway at the north end of the ticketing area.
An airport spokesperson said a Cleveland Police K-9 checked the bag and the Explosive Detection Squad was called to the scene.
The spokesperson added that the airlines were aware of the situation and realize some passengers may have been kept from getting to their flight
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