Friday, August 12, 2022

Thirty Seventh Summer Explosion: Sacramento Bomber Sought In Two Separate Explosions

Sacramento police believe 2 explosions in 2 different areas related
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Police are investigating two explosions in two different parts of Sacramento that they believe to be related. One of those explosions happened in the 900 block of Seamas Avenue in the area north of the Pocket neighborhood, and the other was reported along the 6800 block of 14th Avenue off of 65th Street, according to Zach Eaton, a spokesperson for the Sacramento Police Department. The 14th Avenue explosion was reported at the end of May, and the Seamas Avenue explosion was reported Aug. 4, Eaton said. For both those cases, Eaton said the bombs appear to be homemade and both explosions are believed to be related. "We're really looking for the community's help in this case," Eaton said. While the explosions were small, Eaton said they are dangerous nonetheless. There is a $1,000 reward for anyone with information related to these explosions. Source

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