Officials say suspicious package at Fort Riley not threatening

FORT RILEY, Kan. (KSNT) – A suspicious package that arrived Tuesday at the U.S. Post Office at Fort Riley has been found to pose no threat and has been cleared by the explosive ordnance disposal technicians and military police.

An all clear was released by Fort Riley officials at about 6:45 p.m.

Personnel at the post office, located at 5302 Ashby Ave., and buildings in the area were evacuated as authorities conducted their investigation.

The area of Normandy Road between the Army and Air Force Exchange Service Shoppette and fire station on First Division Road was closed as a precaution.

Officials say all roads have since been reopened.

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