New York City's Time Warner Center, the building that houses CNN's Manhattan headquarters, was partially evacuated Thursday for about an hour as police investigated a "pair of unattended packages" found inside, the NYPD said. Thursday night's evacuation comes a day after a bomb was mailed to CNN, addressed to former CIA director John Brennan.
At 8:39 p.m., NYPD spokesman J. Peter Donald tweeted the bomb squad had delcared "all clear" on the packages. The mall on those floors was being re-opened by then, he tweeted.
The NYPD told CBS News that the bomb squad reported to a suspicious package on the third floor, and they evacuated that floor and the second floor.
There were some reports the first floor was being evacuated, but Donald tweeted the first floor of the mall remained open.
The NYPD said the entire building was not being evacuated.
The building also houses a number of shops, called The Shops at Time Warner Center, on the first three floors. There is a Whole Foods in the basement.