Subway service on the 7 line between Manhattan and Queens resumed Monday afternoon after a police investigation at Grand Central Terminal.
The NYPD said officers responded to a platform around noon for a report of a suspicious package.
Officials evacuated the platform as a precaution, police told News 4.
Subway service between Manhattan and Queens was temporarily suspended for the police investigation.
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By 1:30 p.m., 7 trains were running again in both directions with delays after police concluded their investigation, the MTA tweeted.