BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A Baltimore building was evacuated Wednesday afternoon after a report of a suspicious package.
The building at 25 South Charles Street was evacuated at 2:15 p.m.
By the time police got there, building management had evacuated the building. The threat was unfounded.
This comes a day before President Donald Trump is set to visit the city and also after several suspicious package and vehicle scares in the Baltimore area since Monday.
- Suspicious Package In Catonsville Shuts Down Traffic For Two Hours, But Was Actually A Poster
- Baltimore Officials Say Suspicious Van Was Stealing Diesel Fuel, Not A Bomb, After Evacuating Parts Of Inner Harbor
- Baltimore County Crews Find Suspicious Van Carrying 660 Gallons Of Fuel
Presidential candidate Kamala Harris’ campaign headquarters are located on South Charles Street as well. At this time, WJZ cannot confirm if it’s in the same building.
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Correction: Though Google lists M&T Building as 25 South Charles Street, the building has since moved. We have corrected our story.