Police have ended raids in the Tultulipara and Aliganj areas of Rajshahi City, that were undertaken as part of efforts to curb militancy and terrorism.
Rajshahi Metropolitan Police Deputy Commissioner (east) Amir Zafar told the Dhaka Tribune: "We began the raids acting on a tip off, but have called of the search as we found nothing."
The raids were called off at 6:40pm.
Earlier, RMP Deputy Commissioner (west) Nahidul Islam told the Dhaka Tribune that the raids, which the law enforcement officials call block raids, began Tuesday morning around 10am.
Assistant Police Superintendent Towhidul Islam said that SWAT and Counter-Terrorism and Transnational Crime (CTTC) units were deployed to assist in the raids, while inhabitants were barred the from leaving the areas for the duration.
Police have been conducting block raids to curb militancy since last year's Gulshan cafe attack in which 20 hostages, including 17 foreigners, were killed.