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‘Suspicious’ dog collar triggers bomb scare at CIA headquarters

McLEAN, Virginia-- The area around the CIA's headquarters in suburban Washington, D.C. was briefly closed down Friday due to a bomb scare involving a suspicious object, ABC News reported.

A news helicopter for ABC affiliate WJLA observed a bomb squad robot being deployed at the scene in McLean, Virginia.

The robot inspected the suspicious object, which was placed on a sidewalk column. Officials knocked the item off of the column and then removed it from the area.

Once the all-clear was given, nearby roads leading to the agency's headquarters were opened back up to the public.

The suspicious object, according to a statement that came later from CIA officials, turned out to be a dog training collar.

ABC News

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    1. Sounds like they have a bunch of madmikes there. Low IQ. Very low. I vote Madmike as the guiness world record holder for the lowest IQ in LE. A step above a pan handler.

          1. That’s where he got evicted from the Navy in the early 1970’s. Hard to make a career when you have that “Other Than Honorable” DD-214. No one wants to hire you, alberta remains an unskilled day laborer with barely a high school education.

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