Hotel evacuated after pressure cooker found in bathroom

Guests had to leave a Michigan hotel after a pressure cooker was found in a public restroom.
Guests had to leave a Michigan hotel after a pressure cooker was found in a public restroom.

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DEARBORN, Michigan (WDIV) — Hotel guests and attendees of a banquet were evacuated from Dearborn, Michigan’s Adoba Hotel Sunday night after a suspicious package was found in a bathroom in the hotel.

Dearborn police say the suspicious package was a pressure cooker. It was detonated as a precaution, and did not contain any explosives.

Investigators are now focusing on who would have placed a pressure cooker in a public bathroom.

The cooker did not belong to the hotel.

A banquet for the University of Muslim Association of America also had to be canceled and those guest also had to leave the hotel.

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