CLEVELAND -- The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority headquarters was evacuated due to a bomb threat Sunday evening.
At the time, there were about 20 people were working in the building on West 6th Street in downtown. They were all taken to off-site locations.
Bomb sniffing dogs were called in to assist police in clearing the building for reentry.
Due to the evacuation, RTA trains were delayed for about 25 minutes. Services have since resumed.