Suspicious package brought to SFPD’s Park Station deemed safe

San Francisco police have determined that a suspicious package brought into the department’s Park Station in Golden Gate Park Wednesday morning was not a threat, a police spokesman said.

A person apparently brought the suspicious package to the station, located at 1899 Waller St. near Kezar Stadium. The department’s bomb squad was on scene and determined that the suspicious package was not explosive or dangerous, San Francisco police spokesman Officer Albie Esparza said at about 10:35 a.m.

After the bomb squad determined the package did not pose a threat, police declared the scene all clear, according to Esparza.

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