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There's a Man Going Around DC Setting Off Explosives

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A man is going around Washington, DC, setting off bombs. That’s not hyperbole; three locations have already been hit. And no, it’s not the phantom pipe bomber that left incendiary devices at the headquarters of the Democratic and Republican National Committees, which was a brief sub-plot of the January 6 riot. They still haven’t caught that individual, spawning conspiracy theories about whether that suspect was a federal agent executing a false flag operation. Back to the present, this bombing suspect hit a Truist Bank ATM, a Nike store, and a local Safeway in Northeast DC. The person is still at large (via WJLA):


Police are searching for the person who hurled explosives at several Northeast D.C. businesses mere minutes apart early Sunday morning, according to the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD). 

Around 4:30 a.m., someone detonated an explosive device on the sidewalk outside of the ATM at the Truist Bank in the 2300 block of Washington Place NE before fleeing the area in a vehicle, MPD said. Damage was reported at the location. 

Six minutes later, someone detonated a second explosive device on the sidewalk in front of the Nike store in the 700 block of H Street NE before again fleeing in a vehicle, police said. Damages were reported. 

Then, at 4:45 a.m., authorities said a person threw a Molotov cocktail-style object at the Safeway located in the 300 block of 40th Street, NE then fled the scene in a vehicle, again causing damage.


The city isn’t as safe as it used to be, which is another story. Let’s hope authorities nab the suspect soon.


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