Long Island Railroad service was disrupted Sunday morning after a false report of a bomb aboard a train stopped at the East Hampton train station, police said.
MTA Police notified the East Hampton Village Police Department that they received a call about a bomb on a train at the station just before 8 a.m., East Hampton Police said in a press release.
The train was evacuated and searched by a bomb-sniffing dog, police said. All train service east of Speonk was temporarily suspended.
Police later said no threat was found, and train service was restored, though the MTA reported delays with trains on the Montauk branch due to the police activity.