UPDATE: Streets reopen after investigation of suspicious package on Muni bus

Streets have reopened after an investigation of a suspicious package on a Muni bus shut down parts of the Marina District Thursday afternoon.

Police received a report of a suspicious item on a bus in the area of Marina Boulevard and Laguna Street at 12:11 p.m., according to Officer Robert Rueca.

The bus was evacuated and vehicular and pedestrian traffic was closed off on Marina Boulevard between Laguna and Buchanan streets.

Residents and businesses in the area, including the nearby Safeway grocery store, were asked to shelter in place while police investigated.

No injuries were reported, and police have since determined the item is not hazardous.

Muni spokesperson Paul Rose said the affected bus was at the terminal end of the 43-Masonic route.

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