(McDONALD, Kan.) — Authorities in Rawlins County investigate a possible suspicious device.
Around 11:00 Monday night, Rawlins County Emergency Management says it was notified by the county's sheriff's department of a suspicious device found at a home in McDonald. Emergency Management director Ryan Murray says deputies secured the area and requested additional resources through the Kansas Highway Patrol.
After a KHP team arrived, officials searched the area and found a device. Murray says the device was rendered safe around 4:45 Tuesday morning. Investigators have not said what the device was, only that the incident remains under investigation.
The investigation involved the Rawlins County Sheriff's Department, the KBI, Rawlins County Emergency Management, KHP, Rawlins County EMS - McDonald and the McDonald Fire Department.