St. Paul, MN (KROC-AM News)- Police at the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport investigated a suspicious device on Wednesday. 

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Very little information is available. A post on the airport’s X, formally known as Twitter, account indicates part of the airport’s largest terminal was shut down during the investigation. 

The device investigation was focused on the northern end of Terminal 1.

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The inbound roadway was closed and portions of the terminal’s ticketing and baggage claim levels were also closed. 

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Police reopened the impacted areas of the airport shortly after 6:20 p.m. Officials did not describe the nature of the suspicious device and have not indicated if any arrests have been made. 

The time of the device discovery is also not available. No other information has been released. 

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