BEAUMONT (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — Police in a Southeast Texas city say what’s believed to be a “legitimate explosive device” was found outside a Starbucks there.

Beaumont police say that a Starbucks employee found the package outside early Thursday morning and then moved it into the coffee shop. Police say that while trying to open the package, the employee noticed a note and then took it back outside and notified law enforcement.

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Police did not say what the note said.

Several law enforcement agencies responded, including the FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

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Police say the device was later rendered safe by bomb technicians.

Police say the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force will lead the ongoing investigation.

It was just last month when a bomber planted explosive packages in different areas in and around Austin, killing two people and severely wounding four others.

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