A case carrying bomb components that delayed a flight to Germany at a Nambian airport was an American-made device designed to test airport security, according to the New York Times.
The laptop case, which was about to be loaded onto an airplane bound for Munich, was from a U.S. company that sells products designed to test security, according to CNN. Still, Nambian officials said that their country, the U.S., or Germany were authorized to be conducting a security test.
An investigation as to who is responsible for the luggage is under way.
The discover of the case delayed a flight to Munich, Germany, on Wednesday and put the raised security concerns at the airline Air Berlin, according to CNN.