Suspicious package found on Scottsdale tennis court posed no threat

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Suspicious package on Scottsdale tennis court By Jennifer Thomas Suspicious package on Scottsdale tennis court By Jennifer Thomas
Suspicious package on Scottsdale tennis court By Jennifer Thomas Suspicious package on Scottsdale tennis court By Jennifer Thomas
Suspicious package on Scottsdale tennis court By Jennifer Thomas Suspicious package on Scottsdale tennis court By Jennifer Thomas
Suspicious package on Scottsdale tennis court By Jennifer Thomas Suspicious package on Scottsdale tennis court By Jennifer Thomas
Suspicious package on Scottsdale tennis court By Jennifer Thomas Suspicious package on Scottsdale tennis court By Jennifer Thomas

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Some tense moments played out on a Scottsdale tennis court Monday morning.

Firefighters from Scottsdale, Phoenix and Mesa responded to a suspicious package with an odor that was found on a tennis court near 100th Street and Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard, according to Capt. Danny Ables with the Scottsdale Fire Department.

One person playing tennis reported feeling ill but did not require treatment.

Twenty firefighters responded to the scene.

Hazardous material technicians monitored the area and Scottsdale police had a K-9 sniff the suspicious item but nothing hazardous was found.

Authorities determined it was an empty U.S. Postal Service box that posed no hazard or threat.

No one was evacuated during the incident.