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SAN DIEGO — A commercial airplane that landed Tuesday at San Diego International Airport and was searched due to a bomb threat has been “rendered safe,” according to FBI San Diego.

Alaska Airlines told FOX 5 that TSA received a “non-credible, non-specific bomb threat” that impacted Alaska flight 3352 from San Francisco, which departed at 2:48 p.m. and landed in San Diego at 5:08 p.m.

“We cooperated with TSA and the San Diego airport to resolve the issue,” the airline said in a statement. “All passengers were deplaned and shuttled to the terminal without incident, and the aircraft was cleared.”

FBI San Diego said they and the Port of San Diego Harbor Police responded to the bomb threat, but did not find any explosives.

“All passengers and flight crew are safe and have been accounted for,” FBI San Diego said. “As this is an ongoing matter, we will have no further comment.”