By Caitlin Schmid and Meredith Garretson
Service on the CTA Red and Purple lines was halted Wednesday evening after riders became suspicious that a suitcase left near an L stop might contain a bomb, ChicagoBreaking News reports.
The suitcase did not contain any hazardous materials and service was later resumed.
The Chicago police received a call at 4:49 p.m. reporting the suitcase. The corner of Granville and Broadway avenues was taped off while officials look into the matter, ChicagoBreakingNews reports.
A shuttle service was provided between Berwyn and Howard Street to help with traffic problems.
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