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TRIPwire, 22 April 2021 On 13 April 2021, Duplin County Sheriff's Office (DCSO) deputies searched two Mount Olive residences belonging to a suspected gang member, where they seized seven IEDs, methamphetamine, and several firearms. The Wilmington Police Department Bomb Squad and ATF responded to assist. Bomb squad technicians...
TRIPwire, 22 April 2021 On 21 April 2021, at approximately 1230 hours local time, Cottonwood Police Department officers responded to a storage facility for a report of IEDs discovered in a shed. The Department of Public Safety (DPS) Ordnance Disposal Unit arrived at the scene and rendered the devices safe. No further device...
TRIPwire, 22 April 2021 On 21 April 2021, at approximately 1015 hours local time, a suicide vehicle-borne IED (VBIED) consisting of 40 to 70 kg [~88 to 154 lb] of C4 functioned in the parking lot of a luxury hotel in Quetta, killing at least 5 people, wounding 12, and damaging at least 5 cars. According to the initial...
TRIPwire, 22 April 2021 On 21 April 2021, authorities seized and rendered safe a cache of IEDs, ordnance items, and bomb-making material (BMM), which included 5 IEDs, 15 antipersonnel landmines, 9 hand grenades, 5 meters [~16.4 ft] of detonating cord, 60 meters [~196.85 ft] of time fuse, 30 kg [~ 66 lb] of black...
TRIPwire, 21 April 2021 On 20 April 2021, two police officers were injured during an attack by two explosives-laden unmanned aircraft systems (UASs). The officers were deployed to clear roads leading to the city of Aguililla in Michoacán, which were blocked by a cartel to impede access by security forces. The attack occurred...
TRIPwire, 21 April 2021 On 20 April 2021, local police seized bomb-making material (BMM), described as 5 kg [~11.03 lb] of gunpowder and pipes, and a motorbike in Murshidabad. Two suspects were arrested in connection with the seized BMM. No further details were provided.
TRIPwire, 20 April 2021 On 19 April 2021, Hubbard Township Police Department (HTPD) officers responded to a private residence on a burglary call, where they initially found two IEDs. A subsequent search of the property led to the discovery of approximately 100 other IEDs, along with “items including containers and black powder.”...
TRIPwire, 20 April 2021 On 19 April 2021, a Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) officer discovered a suspicious object, emplaced at the rear of her car, in Londonderry, Northern Ireland. The Army Bomb Squad responded to assist. Bomb squad technicians examined the explosive device before rendering it safe. No casualties were...