ONTARIO (CBSLA.com/AP) — Travelers are being let back into LA/Ontario International Airport following a brief evacuation when a police dog became suspicious about a piece of luggage.

Airport police Officer Alicia Hernandez says the evacuation was lifted around 7:15 a.m. Thursday after the bag was cleared and its owner was found.

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Hernandez says the K-9 sniffed out the bag earlier and identified it as suspicious. Terminal 4 was evacuated as police searched for the bag’s owner.

Hernandez didn’t immediately know of any flight delays as a result.

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The airport still had not fully recovered from a power outage at the airport on Wednesday, which led to cancellations and delays in Terminal 2.

At least seven outgoing flights on various airlines were delayed for about an hour due to the outage.

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