BALTIMORE (WJZ/AP)— A suspicious package at City Hall was reported early Monday morning. After shutting the area down briefly, Baltimore City police determined it was a false alarm.

The call came between 6 and 7 a.m. When officers arrived they determined that the suspicious package was actually a food container wrapped in a t-shirt. Written on that t-shirt was the word “Bomb.”

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Some streets in the area were shut down, but police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said around 9 a.m. that they would soon reopen.

Officials determined that the package was not dangerous and did not pose a threat to City Hall.

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Police are reviewing CitiWatch cameras to determine the person responsible for the package.

Government offices were closed to observe the Christmas holiday.

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Guglielmi says the department’s intelligence section is taking over the investigation.