NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police were called out Monday night after a suspicious device was found at a bank in the heart of Midtown.

The device was later deemed not to be a threat.

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Police told CBS2 the Emergency Services Unit and the Bomb Squad were sent out for a suspicious device at the Chase Bank at 44th Street and Sixth Avenue.

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The Office of Emergency Management had advised that people should expect traffic delays and emergency personnel near the scene and should consider alternate routes.

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By just before 10:30 p.m., the scene was clear and the device was ruled safe, police said.