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Portland police said on Saturday afternoon that they are looking for a man who left a suspicious package at the Portland Museum of Art.

According to a press release, police said the package consisted of feathers surrounding a box. There was also a spray painted message on the sidewalk reading “BALM.”

Surveillance footage showed a light-colored pickup truck parking near the museum around 11 a.m. on Saturday. A man left the truck and placed the package in the museum’s vestibule, then drove off, police said.

Congress Square Plaza was blocked off for several hours during the investigation.

Correction: Portland police misspelled the spray-painted message as “BLAM” in their original press release about this incident.