MSP Airport Road Reopens Following Suspicious Object Investigation
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MSP Airport Road Reopens Following Suspicious Object Investigation

BLOOMINGTON, Minnesota. — The main road leading to the Minneapolis-St. Paul airport was temporarily closed Wednesday evening as police investigated a suspicious object.

MSP Airport Police have closed inbound traffic after officers found a suspicious item at the north end of Terminal One, causing significant traffic disruptions.

At around 6:20 p.m., the airport announced the investigation had been completed and the road had reopened, as had all ticketing and baggage claim points.

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Police did not provide details of the findings.