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  • Friday, November 4, 2022 - 15:04

    TRIPwire, 4 November 2022

    On 4 November 2022, at approximately 0400 hours local time, Basel-Landschaft police responded to a bank in Aesch after unidentified suspects used explosives to target two bank ATMs and fled the scene with an unknown amount of cash. The fire brigade and explosives specialists responded to assist. The explosion destroyed the ATMs and caused significant damage to the building, but no injuries were reported. The investigation is ongoing.

  • Thursday, November 3, 2022 - 15:08
    TRIPwire, 3 November 2022 On 2 November 2022, at approximately 0230 hours local time, local authorities responded to a butcher shop on Juan Alonso de Torres Boulevard in Leon after unidentified suspects threw several improvised incendiary devices (IIDs), described as Molotov cocktails, at the building. Fire crews extinguished the blaze, which caused minor damage to the facade. No injuries were reported. The investigation is ongoing.
  • Wednesday, November 2, 2022 - 16:39
    On 1 November 2022, at approximately 0330 hours local time, local police responded to a bank in Saint Maur-des-Fosses commune in Paris after three unidentified suspects used explosives to target the ATM, transfer several large bags from the ATM, and flee the scene with an undisclosed amount of cash. No further details about the explosives have been released. The explosion destroyed the ATM and scattered debris across the street, but no injuries were reported. The incident remains under investigation.
  • Friday, October 21, 2022 - 13:44

    TRIPwire, 21 October 2022

    On 20 October 2022, at approximately 1700 hours local time, Groton Police Department officers responded to Gold Star Highway after receiving a medical call and discovered pipe bombs in the backpack of the person they were assisting. No further device details have been released. Connecticut State Police bomb squad technicians responded to assist and conducted render safe procedures. The 32-year-old male suspect was arrested and charged with carrying a dangerous weapon, breach of peace in the first degree, illegal bomb manufacture, illegal possession of explosives, and reckless endangerment in the first degree. The investigation is ongoing.

  • Friday, October 21, 2022 - 13:39

    TRIPwire, 21 October 2022

    On 19 October 2022, Sweet Home Police Department officers responded to 37th Avenue for a report of a suspicious object. At the scene, officers found three tennis balls wrapped in black tape, containing a “low grade explosive.” The Oregon State Police Explosives Unit responded to assist and conducted a controlled detonation onsite on one IED that had not functioned. There were no reported injuries. The incident remains under investigation.

  • Friday, October 21, 2022 - 13:38

    TRIPwire, 21 October 2022

    On 20 October 2022, at approximately 0200 hours local time, Devon and Cornwall Police responded to a supermarket in Launceston after two unidentified male suspects used explosives and rammed their vehicle into the ATM on the side of the building before fleeing with an undisclosed amount of cash. No further details about the explosives have been released, but authorities described them as causing a “small explosion.” The vehicle was later located in the Yeolmbridge area with false number plates. The incident remains under investigation.

  • Thursday, October 20, 2022 - 14:49

    TRIPwire, 20 October 2022

    On 19 October 2022, at approximately 1135 hours local time, Portage Police Department (PPD) officers responded to Olson Memorial Park in Portage after a 20-year-old suicidal male climbed on the roof of a pavilion building with two improvised incendiary devices (IIDs), described as Molotov cocktails, and two fixed blade knives. As officers negotiated with the suspect, he lit an IID and dropped it into a vent from the roof top. The IID failed to ignite and was stuck in the vent, causing no damage. No further device details have been released. PPD arrested the suspect after shooting him with a nonlethal beanbag round. He faces multiple charges including resisting arrest while armed with a deadly weapon.

  • Thursday, October 20, 2022 - 14:47

    TRIPwire, 20 October 2022

    On 14 October 2022, Pamlico County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to a residence in Reelsboro and discovered improvised incendiary devices (IIDs), described as Molotov cocktails, and an item described as a pipe with wires coming out of it. The North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation Bomb Squad responded to assist and conducted render safe procedures. No further device details have been released, although investigators stated that no explosive devices were recovered. A 31-year-old male suspect was arrested and charged with possession/manufacture weapons of mass destruction. The investigation is ongoing.

  • Thursday, October 20, 2022 - 14:46

    TRIPwire, 20 October 2022

    On 19 October 2022, at approximately 0345 hours local time, local police responded after unidentified suspects used explosives to target a bank ATM in Santa Maria del Monte, Saludecio. According to authorities, the explosion destroyed the ATM but did not unhinge the safe that was recently reloaded with cash. The suspects were unable to retrieve any cash from the ATM and fled the scene. The investigation is ongoing.

  • Wednesday, October 19, 2022 - 17:06

    TRIPwire19 October 2022

    On 14 October 2022, St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office deputies executed a search warrant at a home in Opelousas after questioning the suspect in the parking lot of a convenience store, where he admitted to detectives that he had constructed an IED similar to a “pipe bomb,” and stored it at his residence. No further device details have been released. Bomb squad technicians responded to the suspect’s home to assist and rendered the device safe. The 57-year-old suspect was arrested and charged with manufacture and possession of a bomb.