Roads around White House reopened after suspicious vehicle spotted by Secret Service

Roads opened just before 7 a.m.

WASHINGTON - Blocked streets surrounding the White House were reopened early Wednesday after a suspicious vehicle was spotted by the Secret Service.

Police gave the all-clear just before 7 a.m.

The Secret Service and Washington, D.C. police said a suspicious vehicle was parked near the White House about 5 a.m.

   Streets around the White House were shut down, and one entrance to the McPherson Square subway station was closed  during the investigation.

Secret Service spokesman Brian Leary says the vehicle was reported in the area of the White House and the Department of Veterans Affairs. He declined to say what made the vehicle suspicious.

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