A sigh of relief in Manassas, Virginia, after police handled the possibility of an explosive device at a local fast-food restaurant Wednesday evening.
Officers arrived at the restaurant, located near the intersection of Liberia Avenue and Wellington Road, before 10 p.m. after receiving word of a bomb threat.
The area was evacuated as police investigated the scene.
Nearby streets were also closed off.
A bomb dog completed a building sweep, and no explosive devices were found, police said.
Once the area was deemed safe, all the roads were reopened.
A spokesperson for Manassas City Police said the caller’s identity and their motive are still under investigation.
A map of the area is below.