NEW YORK (AP) — Part of West 34th Street in Manhattan has reopened after police shut it down Monday afternoon.
The street was closed at 1:30 p.m. between Fifth and Ninth avenues. It was reopened within a half-hour. Details on the police activities were not given.
Earlier Monday, New York City police closed Fifth Avenue near the Metropolitan Museum to traffic as a precaution while investigating a report of a suspicious vehicle.
A 911 caller reported the parked SUV at about 9:45 a.m. Monday. The “all clear” was declared around noon.
Police said the SUV contained boxes of clothing. The vehicle was at East 82nd Street near the corner of Fifth Avenue.
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