ATHENS, Ohio (AP) — Two post offices were evacuated Tuesday in southeastern Ohio after the discovery of objects that appeared to be pipe bombs, authorities said. No injuries were reported.

Columbus police bomb squads, the FBI, a Postal Service inspector and local authorities examined the objects found in the small towns of Guysville and Stewart.

The device in Guysville was later determined not to be explosive, Athens County spokeswoman Tracy Galway said. It wasn't immediately clear if the device in Stewart was a bomb.