Explosives founds in multiple Ohio mailboxes
We don't always give an awful lot of thought to what's inside of our mailboxes. And for good reason—it's usually mail.
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Not so for three addresses in the Ohio townships of Gratis and Somers—as property owners found explosives on Saturday where envelopes typically go.
According to a Facebook post by the Preble County Sheriff's Office, "The explosives that were located were a mixture of chemicals in 2-liter pop bottles."
In order to help neutralize any potential threat posed, the Butler County Sheriff's Office Special Response Unit was called in.
An image accompanying the post about the would-be bombs shows an elongated robotic arm reaching into one of the mailboxes.
The bottles were eventually cleared for safety and sent off for forensic testing.
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