Noroton Heights bomb scare causes train delays

Metro-North says a suspicious package left on a train this morning was not dangerous. The railroad says the passengers heading to New York were evacuated

Metro-North officials say the suspicious package that caused train delays between South Norwalk and Stamford this morning was not dangerous.

Metro-North officials say the suspicious package that caused train delays between South Norwalk and Stamford this morning was not dangerous. (12/17/15)

DARIEN - Metro-North says a suspicious package left on a train this morning was not dangerous.

The railroad says the passengers heading to New York were evacuated at Noroton Heights

A police dog was brought to the scene but cleared the package.

There were some delays between South Norwalk and Stamford as a result.

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