Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched Wednesday afternoon to the 16200 block of Bright Morning Court.
A LAPD spokesperson told CBS2/KCAL9 the bag was found in front of the building, located in the 5400 block of Lindley Avenue, at approximately 9:10 a.m. Sunday. Investigators determined the bag did not contain explosives.
City News Service reports the backpack was found in the lobby of a building in the 5000 block of Wilshire Boulevard near Highland Avenue.
The bomb squad was sent Wednesday to Los Angeles International Airport after a suspicious package was discovered on the tarmac.
Police Thursday investigated a suspicious package found in or outside of a post office near the USC campus.
A suspicious package, later identified to be an empty briefcase, in West Los Angeles prompted a large police presence on Friday evening.
An unattended backpack Wednesday prompted the evacuation of Metro Red Line’s Hollywood and Western station.
An Orange County bomb squad is responding to a report of a suspicious package in Fullerton.
A pair of suspicious duffel bags prompted the lockdown of a San Fernando Valley middle school Thursday morning.
Evacuations were underway Wednesday in a San Bernardino neighborhood after police located an explosive device.
A trapped motorist was rescued from a burning vehicle on the 405 Freeway on Wednesday by two civilians and an LAPD bomb squad officer, who just happened to be driving by.
Authorities said a suspicious package was left in or near the lobby of the LAPD’s Northeast Division in Glassell Park.
An LA city fire station in Van Nuys was evacuated Tuesday night after someone brought explosive materials to the facility.
Police Monday were investigating the cause of two fires in Canoga Park.
Officials Tuesday investigated a suspicious item in West Hollywood.