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Roads surrounding Navy Exchange reopened following bomb scare

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Update 9 a.m.:

Joint Base Security and explosive ordnance disposal personnel have determined that a suspicious object discovered this morning on the corner of Radford Drive and Bougainville Drive was not dangerous, and the device was turned over to Honolulu Police Department. All roads are now reopened.

Original post:

Police have closed roads in the area surrounding the Navy Exchange in Salt Lake while authorities conduct what appears to be an active investigation.

We have not yet been able to confirm the details surrounding the investigation, but Honolulu Police Department officials are assisting military police in closing roads and preventing traffic from entering the vicinity of the shopping center. 

A spokesperson with the Honolulu Traffic Management Center says military police are handling the investigation into the suspicious package, and HPD's involvement in the investigation is limited to traffic control in the surrounding area. 

We will have more information on this developing story as soon as it becomes available.

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