The Detroit Metropolitan Airport has been reopened after a bomb scare earlier Monday morning forced the north terminal to be evacuated.
The scare started after TSA agents noticed something suspicious in a passengers carry-on bag and began to clear the area while the bomb squad was brought in to investigate the item.
The unidentified person carrying the suspicious item was not arrested but was detained while the search and investigation were being conducted. He has not been released yet according to local officials.
Airport spokesman Scott Wintner said the device has been removed from the terminal allowing operations to resume.
The FBI said no explosives were found.