PALM SPRINGS – A suspicious device was located at the Palm Springs Police Department (PSPD) late Wednesday morning. The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department Hazardous Device Team responded to 200 South Civic Drive in Palm Springs. The device was rendered and deemed safe at around 1:15 p.m.
The Police Department was reopened for all police matters following the finding. “As with all potential life-threatening scenarios, the Palm Springs Police Department will use all available resources to ensure our community and employees of this department are safe,” PSPD officials said. “We would like to thank the quick response and services of the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department Hazardous Device Team for assisting our department and community today and are thankful this device was not harmful.”
The incident remains under investigation to determine why the device was left in front of the police department. If you have any further information or questions with regard to this incident please call us here at the police department at 760-327-1441.
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