Reports said the package contained nails and some kind of powder.
German police have evacuated a Christmas market in the city of Potsdam following reports about an explosive device planted nearby.
The package was made safe by special forces but several hours later police said that no ignition mechanism had been found.
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What was found in the suspicious package?
Police described the contents of the package as a "cylindrical object with cables, batteries and nails", but no triggering device.
Brandenburg state Interior Minister Karl-Heinz Schröter told reporters a powder found in the device is undergoing tests to determine whether it was explosive.
"The evaluation and analysis is just beginning now", Schroeter said.
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In that case, a Tunisian man hijacked a truck and drove it into a crowded market, killing 12 people in an attack that was later claimed by the Islamic State group.
German authorities were already on high alert for an attack on one of the country's famous Christmas markets after 12 people were killed in Berlin past year.
The Christmas market was closed and the area has been cleared.
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