MSP: Watch for suspicious behavior over Fourth of July

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan State Police say state residents should be on the lookout for suspicious activity over the Fourth of July holiday.

The agency said in a news release Tuesday that there are no known terrorism threats to Michigan at this time. But it warns that people should remain vigilant, with recent incidents in France, Kuwait and Tunisia serving as reminders.

Michigan State Police say Michigan residents should note suspicious activity such as unattended objects that seem out of place, or people who leave quickly when seen or approached. Police ask that people call 911 for emergencies, or for non-emergencies contact the Michigan Intelligence Operations Center.



Michigan Intelligence Operations Center

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