GLASSELL PARK (CBSLA.com) — Authorities said a suspicious package was left in — or near — the lobby of the LAPD’s Northeast Division in Glassell Park.

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Jeff Nguyen, reporting for CBS2, said that officials didn’t want to say much more.

He said nearby residents were told there was a bomb threat with a street closure on North San Fernando Road between Fletcher Drive and Glendale Avenue.

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Nguyen spoke to EMT Tyler Roach who said, “We were told it wasn’t safe to return [to the station] and to stay tight, there was a bomb threat. And we need to be available for that.”

EMT Jordan Rudman said, “Dispatch informed us that there was a bomb threat next to the station. Don’t know a lot yet. Just hoping everything will be alright.”

An unconfirmed report from the scene said that someone may have dropped off a grenade at the station and that the LAPD’s Bomb Squad was examining the device.

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[UPDATE: By 11:35 p.m. Sunday, Nguyen reported that the area got the all clear and San Fernando Road was re-opened. It is not clear what device was found.]