GLENDALE - The bomb squad was called out to Glendale Thursday night after a suspicious device was found at a gas station.
Tracey Breeden with the Glendale Police Department said the device was found near Grand and Myrtle Avenues.
Investigators told ABC15 a customer told the cashier someone left a suitcase by a pump.
Glendale Police shut down the intersection and called in the bomb squad to investigate.
Police said they do not believe the suitcase is a threat.
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