Suspicious device discovered on UW Bothell campus, police investigating

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BELLEVUE, Wash. — Getting on to the University of Washington campus in Bothell was disrupted Tuesday after a suspicious device was discovered near a parking garage.

The suspicious device was found in the south garage about 9 a.m., the university said on Twitter.

The garage and state route 522 access to the campus were closed for a little over an hour while the Bellevue bomb squad investigated. They have determined the device safe, calling it “military training munition.”

The campus is back to normal operations.

We’ll update this article when more information becomes available.

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