WASHINGTON – Pipe bombs were found Saturday morning in Loudoun County, officials say.
The sheriff’s office says a call came in around 10 a.m. about suspicious devices in the Sugarland Run area. Officers found three devices next to a bridge along Algonkian Parkway.
The sheriff’s office says two of the devices — believed to be pipe bombs –had already been detonated.
Members of the explosive ordinance disposal team took care of the third one on the scene.
There were no evacuations.
Anyone with information about the bombs should call the Loudoun County Fire Marshal at 703-737-8600.
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