BLANCO COUNTY, Texas - UPDATE: The suspicious package left at the Permian Highway Pipeline (PHP) worksite is still under an active investigation, officials say.
The contents are still being assessed by law enforcement agencies.
"We are thankful for the quick response of local law enforcement, and we are assisting in the ongoing investigation into this criminal activity. The construction area has been thoroughly inspected by PHP and law enforcement, and after confirming the safety of the construction site and our crews, we are resuming full construction activities today," said Melissa D. Ruiz, Director of Corporate Communications at Kinder Morgan, Inc.
PHP says they will continue to investigate and prosecute any individuals who are discovered to be threatening the safety or security of their employees and crews.
Officials said a suspicious package found in rural Blanco County has been disarmed.
The Blanco County Sheriff's Office says that the package was found on Chimney Valley Road in the area near FM 165.
All residents in the immediate area had been moved, but have since been allowed to return to their homes.
According to officials, the explosive was disarmed around 3 p.m. Tuesday, but officials could not confirm if the explosive was real or a dummy.
Investigations are still underway at the scene. No other information is available at this time.