A suspicious piece of luggage that the Columbus Bomb Squad detonated Tuesday night at Port Columbus International Airport turned out to be a canister filled with pickled mangoes.
The Bomb Squad was called to the airport shortly before 7 p.m., 10TV's Kevin Landers reported. An X-ray machine being used by TSA security personnel detected a sealed canister inside a piece of luggage but could not determine what was inside.
The label on the canister was identified as "baby food," Landers reported. The woman who owned the suitcase was questioned and claimed the canister contained pickles. Her claim made security more suspicious so the bomb squad was called.
The Bomb Squad moved the package from the airport's main terminal to a location away from the building and detonated the package.
No flights were impacted and operations inside the airport were not changed, Landers reported.
The woman was not charged.
There were no reports of injuries.
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