TSA K9 unit sniffs out suspicious pallets near SFO, turn out to be nothing 

A K9 unit with the Transportation Security Administration sniffed out two suspicious pallets near San Francisco International Airport on Wednesday, but they turned out to be harmless, police said.

About 6:15 a.m. in the 900 block of North Access Road, a K9 unit had a possible hit on a pallet of boxes, police said. The bomb squad responded to the scene and determined that the boxes did not contain explosives.

About 15 minutes later, a TSA handler and his K9 had a hit on a pallet of boxes in the 500 block of McDonnell Road at the United Airlines cargo building, police said. The bomb squad responded to that scene as well and also found no explosives there.

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