Update: Bomb Squad and Suspicious Bag at Byram Bank

Audio recording distributed to media 10:31pm March 26, Lt. Kraig Gray:

This is an update to the suspicious baggage from the bank.

Currenlty the investigation is winding down. Interviews with the bag’s owner as well as the investigation at the scene as well as the Stamford bob squad’s findings  leaves just a few ends to tie up before we conclude the investigation completely. I will have a more in depth follow up.

Audio recording distributed to media 10:30pm March 26, Lt. Kraig Gray:

This is an update to the suspicious baggage at Bank of America. Currently the Stamford Bomb Squad has completed their investigation of that baggage, concluding there is nothing of dangerous material within. They have cleared the scene. The Greenwich Police Department is continuing to investigate the circumstances surrounding this bag. No further updates at this time.

Original Story:
Bomb Squad on Scene at South Water Street

Audio recording distributed to media at 5:00pm March 26 from Greenwich Police Lt. Kraig Gray:

This is in regards  to the police activity on South  Water Street.

Earlier this afternoon we received a report of a suspicious of a   unattended  bag  at the bank of Bank of America located on South Water Street.

The first responding officer, based on several factors determined that the bag was indeed suspicious and needed to be evaluated by the bomb squad.

Greenwich Police Dept. reached out to the Stamford bomb squad, who is now on scene.

Currently we have emergency workers form the fire department, emergency medical technicians and police department on scene.

The bomb squad is continuing to evaluate the package.

The roadway is closed between Mill Street, William Street to Church Street West.

Lt. gray indicated that as more information develops he will update the media.

Greenwich Free Press will update the story as more information becomes available.