Investigators give all clear following evacuation prompted by suspicious package left for Wyandotte Co. prosecutor

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Crews were on the scene investigating after a suspicious package was reported Wednesday afternoon on the north side of the DA's office.

KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Investigators have given the all clear after a suspicious packaged initiated an evacuation at the District Attorney’s office on Wednesday.

Investigators with the Kansas City, Kan. police bomb squad unit were called to the Wyandotte County District Attorney’s office Wednesday afternoon.

Police say at about 1:15 p.m., a Wyandotte County maintenance worker drove up to north side of District Attorney’s office, went inside to get something, and when he came outside there was a duffel bag with a note attached to it addressed to the DA.

They x-rayed the duffel bag and examined it to determine what to do next. It was decided the bag was not a threat.

Ann Avenue from 7th to 8th Street had been closed and the DA’s office was evacuated as a result, but after a few hours everything returned to normal.