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'Suspicious device' in SF deemed harmless
SAN FRANCISCO -- A bomb squad has determined that a suspicious device found near the Panhandle in San Francisco this morning is harmless, a police spokesman said.
A gardener found the object in the area of Central Avenue and Oak Street and called police at 9:02 a.m., San Francisco police spokesman Albie Esparza said.
The bomb squad arrived and determined within half an hour that there was no threat, and the scene was cleared, he said.
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