The office building that includes Sen. Kamala Harris' district office in San Diego was briefly evacuated Wednesday after authorities found a suspicious package outside.

A police lieutenant reported several boxes, which were put on top of a trash can, about 8:15 a.m. local time, San Diego police officer Billy Hernandez said.

Police immediately evacuated the building, which is also includes the San Diego Union-Tribune.

The San Diego Police Department said on Twitter that the immediate area in downtown San Diego was closed.

NBC7 reported the boxes contained one shoe, two children’s books, one football, one empty bag of chips and one hat. The all clear was given by police just before 10 a.m. local time.

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A press secretary for Harris, D-Calif., said on Twitter that the device was not addressed to the lawmaker.

"Our office was evacuated today after suspicious packages were found near the building. The packages were not addressed to the Senator or our office. We are grateful to the San Diego Police Department for their work to swiftly investigate this issue," said Lily Harris.

The evacuation took place on the same day that explosives were sent to CNN's New York office and the offices of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. CNN's office was evacuated, and the devices was removed to another location where authorities were expected to detonate it.

A package sent to Clinton made it to her home in New York, but the package sent to Obama was intercepted.