A North Long Beach neighborhood was evacuated Wednesday morning as police investigated a report of a suspicious device that was eventually rendered safe, authorities said.
A Target store near the VA hospital in Long Beach was evacuated Monday afternoon after employees reported receiving a threatening letter, authorities said.
Businesses and residences near Atlantic Avenue and Artesia Boulevard were evacuated this morning during an investigation into two suspicious devices later rendered safe, according to the Long Beach Police Department (LBPD).
An East Village church and home were evacuated Tuesday morning when a suspicious device was reported nearby, authorities said. The device was later determined safe.
A suspicious device that washed ashore near Rosie’s Dog Beach on Sunday was later blown up by the sheriff’s bomb squad, according to the Long Beach Police Department (LBPD).
A suspicious device found at a Belmont Shore residence early Friday morning led police to shut down nearby roads for several hours until the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department’s (LASD) Hazardous Material unit determined it non-explosive, authorities said.
A sheriff's bomb squad has declared a suspicious device found near the Long Beach Airport safe, allowing nearby streets to reopen, according to Long Beach police officials.