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Quincy Police Report Two IED’s Detonated In Quincy

Found in the 1700 block of Jackson

(QUINCY)—Quincy Police are investigating two recent detonations of small Improvised Explosive Devices. Police say the first I-E-D was found in the 1700 block of Jackson. Police say it used a CO-2 cartridge and b-b’s wrapped in newspaper and duct tape. The only known damage is to a nearby residence. Police say a device commonly known as a soda bottle bomb detonated just prior to 8:30 Monday evening in the 2000 block of Hampshire. You’re urged to stay away from suspicious objects that have the potential to be a similar device and call 9-1-1. Contact Quincy Police or Quincy Regional Crimestoppers if you have information on these devices.

Found in the 2000 block of Hampshire
Found in the 2000 block of Hampshire

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