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THE discovery of a suspicious package at Beverly Hills railway station yesterday afternoon left many Sydney commuters facing long delays home.
The station was closed for more than an hour after an unattended box was found under a seat on platform two of the south-west Sydney station about 5pm (AEST), forcing its evacuation.
Inbound and outbound trains were stopped between 5pm and 6.10pm as a precaution while police and fire brigade officers examined the box, a police spokeswoman said.
Police would not comment on the contents of the box but said their investigations had found the package was not suspicious.
Commuters were allowed back into the station at 6.10pm and trains resumed running through the station, a CityRail spokeswoman said.
This report appears on NEWS.com.au.
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