SALISBURY, N.C. - A suspicious package forced the main post office in Salisbury to evacuate Wednesday.
The report also blocked traffic by shutting down roads near Innes Street.
Officials said a woman came to sign for a package but when she opened it saw a lot of wires inside.
The sheriff's bomb-sniffing K-9's didn't find anything and the roads reopened.
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