(CBS/AP)-- A terminal at Los Angeles International Airport was partially evacuated Tuesday after a suspicious bag was found. The evacuated terminal was re-opened later in the morning.
Airport police Sgt. Belinda Nettles said the bag was reported at about 10 a.m. ET Tuesday at Terminal 6, leading to a partial evacuation. There are no details about how many people were evacuated.
CBS Radio station KNX-AM reports from the airport that travelers were allowed back into the terminal after 11:30 a.m. ET. The terminal services Alaska Airlines, Allegiant Air and some United Airlines flights, among other carriers.
Nettles said the bag's owner was located and is being interviewed.
Los Angeles police sent a bomb squad to examine the bag. Canine units were also brought to the scene, KNX-AM reports.
Authorities said no threats were made.
The airport also is dealing with road closures because of a construction project.
Three lanes on passenger arrival levels near the Tom Bradley International Terminal were closed Tuesday.
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