MIAMI (CBS4) – It’s back to business in a section of downtown Miami after police shut down traffic for two hours over a possible threat.

A bomb squad was called to Southeast 3rd Avenue and 3rd Street due to a bomb scare, according to Miami Police.

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Video from Chopper 4 showed a suitcase next to a tree in the shutdown area but it’s not known if the suitcase had anything do with the threat.

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CBS4 News partner the Miami Herald reports authorities were called to the Israeli Consulate building over a dispute and possible bomb threat. The Herald also reports a man named Bill Rolland was taken into custody.

The investigation continues and charges are pending.

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