Massachusetts state police have identified a suspect in connection with Tuesday’s bomb threat at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport.

Officers in the joint terrorism task force talked with Julie Tejeda, 31, of East Boston on Tuesday, according to a statement from the state police.

Police determined Ms. Tejeda had no criminal history and no history of violence against herself or others at the time of the interview. Police obtained a warrant to seize Ms. Tejeda’s cell phone for further investigation.

The bomb threat was phoned in just after 6 a.m. Tuesday. An operations clerk at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport answered the call and immediately notified police. The threat closed the airport for more than three hours as law enforcement awaited the arrival of a state police bomb-sniffing dog from off-Island and conducted a search of the facilities. Incoming flights were rerouted and outgoing flights were grounded.

West Tisbury and Edgartown police and fire departments all responded, along with the state police.

West Tisbury police chief Matthew Mincone served as the incident commander on Tuesday. Reached by phone, Mr. Mincone said the state police are now the primary investigating agency on the case, and he is being kept abreast of new information.

“We’re in the loop, getting the information back, trying to find closure for the community here,” Mr. Mincone said.