A suspicious package has been declared safe after Army bomb disposal unit were called to a street in Hulme, near Manchester city centre.
Many roads were blocked during the incident. Cordons have now been removed .
“There was cordon in Hulme relating to a possible package. Incident has now been deemed safe, cordon removed,” said Greater Manchester Police
The scare followed Monday's terrorist attack at Manchester Arena in which 22 people died and 64 were injured after a Suicide bomber detonated a homemade device.
Meanwhile, the threat level "will remain at critical and the public should remain vigilant", Prime Minister Theresa May has said.
She was speaking after a meeting of the government's emergency committee, Cobra.
Army and bomb disposal unit reached location, responding to a call at a college in Manchester: Greater Manchester Police pic.twitter.com/XkKBpvj4Oj— ANI (@ANI_news) May 25, 2017
There was cordon in Hulme relating to a possible package. Incident has now been deemed safe, cordon removed: Greater Manchester Police— ANI (@ANI_news) May 25, 2017