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Police: No hazardous materials found in suspicious package at Raleigh bus station

Posted September 18, 2016

Capital Blvd. closed after suspicious package found at Raleigh bus station

— Officials closed portions of Capital Boulevard Sunday after a suspicious package was found at the Greyhound bus station.

Around 12 p.m., officers with the Raleigh Police Department responded to a call about a package at the bus station located at 2210 Capital Boulevard.

The package prompted officials to temporarily close northbound Capital Boulevard at Fenton Street and southbound Capital Boulevard at Crabtree Boulevard.

The road reopened just after 3:30 p.m.

Authorities said nothing hazardous was located when the package was examined.

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  • Norman Lewis Sep 18, 2016
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    Terrorists don't need to attack us, all they need is to put a few brown paper bags in a few places and watch the disruption in our society. Vigilance is appropriate but paranoia is an illness and we are sick.