Hamilton police officers cordoned off an area of the Westdale village during an apparent suspicious package investigation on Thursday night.
Around 8:54 p.m., the Hamilton Police Service closed King Street West at Marion Avenue North for an investigation. Caution tape was put right around the area, which contains four different eateries. A photo from the scene posted online also contained a sign for a farmers’ market.
— HPS_Traffic (@hps_traffic) June 11, 2021
.@HamiltonPolice have closed King Street through Westdale for ongoing suspicious package investigation. Large police presence in the area including the explosive disposal unit. #HamOnt https://t.co/nU4TWbUzGj pic.twitter.com/NPAFJiVJ0d
— Andrew Collins (@ACollinsPhoto) June 11, 2021
Hamilton Police are conducting an investigation in the area of King Street West and Marion Avenue in Westdale.
Please be advised of the below road closure.🚧
An update will be provided once one is available. https://t.co/Loi9h5eXzF
— Hamilton Police (@HamiltonPolice) June 11, 2021
The four restaurants on the site include Delirious Burger Co., Nannaa Persian Eatery, Paisley Coffeehouse & Eatery, and a Pizza Nova.