Bombs Found In Two Houses

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In District Heights, Maryland, a real estate agent was inspecting a recently foreclosed home and found what appeared to be two pipe bombs left in the basement, believed to be left by the previous owner.  In an effort to retaliate against the bank, he is suspected of booby-trapping the house with two explosive devices.  The real estate agent called the bomb squad and the devices were disposed of.  So, while buying your next foreclosure, you’d better get a home inspection, termite inspection, foundation inspection and now, a bomb inspection too.

Original Story: >>>> http://web.archive.org/web/20101010161506/http://www.tbd.com:80/articles/2010/10/possible-pipe-bombs-found-at-house-in-district-heights-18736.html

In a non-related story in Oakville, Ontario Canada, a homeowner found a bomb in front of their house too.  However, in this case, the homeowner was also suspected of being the bomber too.  Wonder what he’s up to?  Police are asking too.

Original Story: >>>> http://www.thespec.com/news/crime/article/265725–oakville-man-left-bomb-outside-own-home-police

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