CLEVELAND -- The Cleveland bomb squad assisted the Cleveland fire department's arson unit Monday afternoon after a suspect being questioned regarding another matter said his home on West 104th Street was "booby-trapped."

Cleveland police confirmed that the bomb squad remains in the 2100 block of West 104th Street assisting the fire department's arson unit.

Neighbors in a 300-yard radius were evacuated fromtheir homes earlier Monday afternoon but were allowed back inside just after 4 p.m.

According to WKYC's Jen Lindgren, who is on the scene, no one was in the home and no booby traps were found.

We will update the story when more information is released.