Police find no security threat at Denver International Airport

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Police block area at DIA evacuated due to possible threat (Photo courtesy of KDVR)

Update:  Denver police found no threat and cleared the suspicious items that forced a partial evacuation. The main terminal is now fully open.

Original story:

DENVER, Co. (March 22, 2016)– A section of the main terminal at Denver International Airport is being evacuated due to a possible security threat, KDVR reports.

Flights are continuing at the airport. According to KDVR, vehicle traffic on the west side of the terminal has ceased while the east side remains open.

Bomb experts were investigating an unsecured bag in the evacuation area.

Read more here from KDVR.