Berkeley library closed after bedbugs found in computer, reading areas

The North Branch library in Berkeley, Calif. is closed on Saturday, September 26, 2015, due to a bedbug infestation. (KGO-TV)

A Berkeley library is closed this weekend because of a bed bug infestation. Bedbug-sniffing dogs found them at the North Branch library Friday morning.

The closure forced the cancelation of an art event.

Visitors were disappointed and a little confused as to how this could happen.

Bedbugs were found in the downstairs men's restroom, under the desks of the public computer area and in a chair in the adult reading area.

The library will be treated and then reopened on Tuesday.
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