Parts of the Stanford University campus have been evacuated as police investigated a suspicious package that was found there Tuesday morning, Stanford police said.
Some evacuations have been ordered in San Francisco’s Mission District after the discovery of a suspicious package Monday morning.
Police were clearing out of a Pacific Heights neighborhood where the discovery of a suspicious object Monday morning prompted evacuations and elicited a bomb squad response.
A San Francisco bomb squad responded to a report of a suspicious package in the city’s Hayes Valley neighborhood Sunday afternoon.
The discovery of a suspicious package shut down a San Francisco Public Health Department building in the city’s South of Market neighborhood Monday morning.
A busy thoroughfare in downtown Berkeley has been shut down and some businesses evacuated Monday afternoon as a bomb squad investigates a suspicious package, a police spokeswoman said.
An evacuation order at the Frank Hegel Federal Building in Richmond was lifted Friday afternoon after a suspicious package was determined to contain only flashlights and batteries, the city’s fire chief said.
Streets have reopened in San Francisco’s Mission district after a police bomb squad investigated a suspicious package.
Police seized the contents of the crate as evidence, and an investigation of the person who was shipping the crate led to the Garberville area of Humboldt County, Heiser said.
A suspicious object that was found at the Palo Alto Caltrain station Wednesday morning caused a scare and resulted in train delays as police examined the item.