VAN NUYS -- Police stopped and evacuated an Amtrak train in Van Nuys Saturday night after concerns were raised about a passenger.
Someone on board said something to a train employee about a woman who had boarded the train in Simi Valley, according to LAPD Lt. John Romero. The passenger expressed concerns about the woman's bags, Romero said.
Police found nothing suspicious, and the train was eventually allowed to move on.
The woman in question was not arrested and isn't facing any charges, Romero said.
It wasn't immediately clear how many passengers were on the train.
LAPD Stops Amtrak Train Over Suspicious Baggage
Authorities found nothing unusual.
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