ANN ARBOR, Mich. (WXYZ) - Police in Ann Arbor evacuated the AATA bus terminal on Fourth Ave. Friday afternoon due to a suspicious package that was found across the street.
The terminal was closed for just over an hour Friday afternoon.
Shortly after 2:00 p.m., they began removing caution tape but were still blocking Fourth, between Liberty and Williams. Earlier, a passerby found a suspicious package in the area.
The Michigan State Police bomb squad was sent to the scene.
Action News crews on the scene say the package turned out to be an item promoting the film 'Thor.'
Earlier, pedestrian detour signs were put up around the bus terminal and Ann Arbor police diverted traffic around the area.
You can track AATA buses and view detours live on their website: http://theride.org
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