People living in Saskatoon’s Holiday Park neighbourhood woke up to a heavy police presence Friday morning.
Officers responded after a bomb threat was called in anonymously from a payphone outside MLA Danielle Charter’s office around 8 a.m.
Police swept the area when they arrived on scene and didn’t find any devices or suspicious packages.
A bomb-sniffing dog was brought in shortly after 9 a.m. No device was found.
During this time officers blocked off 11th Street between Avenue M and Avenue J South. All traffic restrictions were lifted shortly before 10 a.m.
— Brent Bosker (@brentbosker) May 26, 2017