Bomb threat temporarily closes parts of 405, 118 freeways in Mission Hills

Portions of the 118 and 405 freeways were reopened after a bomb threat caused a temporary closure in Mission Hills on Sunday, Oct. 18, 2015. (KABC)

A bomb threat prompted a more than two-hour closure of portions of the northbound 405 Freeway and westbound 118 Freeway in Mission Hills.

California Highway Patrol officers received reports of a suspicious device on the 118 Freeway around 12:45 p.m Sunday.

The report caused officers to shut down a section of the 118 Freeway and 405 Freeway near Roscoe Boulevard. Authorities investigated the scene and it is unknown if anything was found.

The freeways were reopened shortly before 3 p.m., and one person was arrested in connection to the incident.

The investigation was ongoing.
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