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Police Discover a Pipe Bomb Behind a Grocery Store in Colorado Suburb

Authorities say that a live pipe bomb was found Tuesday behind a grocery store in a Denver suburb.

A possible explosive device was discovered behind a Safeway grocery store in Littleton, approximately 10 miles south of Denver, at 12:30 p.m. A contractor working in the store discovered the bomb, according to police.

According to police, responding officers secured the area and determined that the device was explosive.

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The Bomb Squad of the Arapahoe County Sheriff was able to deactivate it, according to the Littleton Police Department. There is no threat, according to the police. There were no injuries reported.

Pipe Bomb Near Safeway

The robot-defeated pipe bomb had a “broken timer,” according to the Littleton Police Department.

On September 27, 2022, police in Littleton, Colorado, found and took care of a pipe bomb near a Safeway.

East County Gazette quoted a law enforcement source who knew about the situation and said that the device was found to be a working pipe bomb. A thorough investigation will be done to find out more.

“It was significantly more sophisticated than what we normally see,” a source told ABC News.

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On September 27, 2022, police in Littleton, Colorado, found and took care of a pipe bomb near a Safeway.

The device has been sent to the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office for analysis, according to police.

Now, authorities are requesting the public’s assistance in identifying the perpetrator. It is a felony to possess, use, or remove explosives or incendiary devices.

On September 27, 2022, authorities discovered and neutralised a pipe bomb near a Safeway in Littleton, Colorado.

The investigation will be done by the Littleton Police Department with help from the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office.

A source told the East County Gazette that federal law enforcement is currently not involved but is prepared to assist if requested.

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