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HATBORO, Pa. (CBS) – The “all clear” has been given in Pennsylvania after authorities investigate a suspicious package on the property of a state representative’s office on Wednesday night.

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The discovery was made around 10 p.m. at the office of Republican Tom Murt (R-152).

A spokesperson for Murt says a duffle bag was left outside of his office on York Road. Murt is at home and safe.

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The bomb squad has deemed the bag safe.

The investigation comes as the FBI and local agencies across the country investigate suspicious packages sent to CNN and high-profile Democrats, including Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.

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No injuries have been reported on Wednesday.

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