SEATTLE — Police say there is no threat from a suspicious item in Seattle’s airport.

The Sea-Tac Airport says the bomb squad investigated and cleared the item on the ticketing level.

The airport tweeted that a temporarily closed security checkpoint has reopened.

No flights were affected.

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