GLASTONBURY — Yes, that was a pressure cooker outside Glastonbury town hall, and yes that was the Hartford police bomb squad checking it out Thursday morning.
But it turns out the pressure cooker was left by recycling bins behind town hall to be ... recycled.
The town's fire marshal saw it, thought it suspicious and called police about 8:30 p.m., police Agent James Kennedy said.
"We responded, secured the area, then the bomb squad came, checked it out and determined it to be fine," Kennedy said. Firefighters were also called out.
Pressure cookers can be used to fabricate bombs. A pressure cooker bomb is what was detonated earlier this year at the Boston Marathon.