Police reopen section of Dadeland Mall in Kendall


A section of Dadeland Mall evacuated Sunday morning after the discovery of a “suspicious item” has been reopened following an examination by the Miami-Dade police’s Bomb Squad, according to a police spokesman.

Miami-Dade Police said they were called to the Kendall mall before 10 a.m. after someone discovered the item near a parking area of the mall at 7535 North Kendall Dr.

Police evacuated the immediate area to allow the Bomb Squad to examine the item, which they did not describe.

A department spokesman announced at about 10:45 a.m. that “the item has been deemed safe and the area has been re-opened to the public.”

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