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Bomb squad investigates package at Taylor High School

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NORTH BEND, OH (FOX19) -

The Hamilton County Bomb Squad was called to a local high school to investigate a suspicious package on Saturday.

Members of the Hamilton County Hazardous Device Unit were called to Taylor High School, located on Harrison Avenue in North Bend, to investigate a package left on the sidewalk near the front entrance of the school.

Responding units said the package resembled a large gift box.  

Further investigation revealed that the package was an empty box which may have been left behind from a school function the previous evening.

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