The Washington Post reports:
The two pipe bombs that were discovered on Jan. 6 near the U.S. Capitol shortly before a mob stormed the building are believed to have been planted the night before, according to a law enforcement official familiar with the investigation and video footage obtained by The Washington Post.
The explosive devices, which were placed blocks from one another at the headquarters of the Republican and Democratic national committees, have been largely overshadowed by the violent insurrection at the Capitol.
But finding the person suspected of planting both bombs remains a priority for federal authorities, who last week boosted the reward for tips leading to the person’s arrest from $50,000 to $75,000.
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Breaking WaPo: The two pipe bombs discovered near the Capitol shortly before the mob stormed the building are believed to have been planted the night before, according to a law enforcement official familiar with the investigation and video obtained by WP.https://t.co/oHsKWW03u7
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) January 29, 2021
.@WaPo videos appear to show a man planting pipe bomb in a backpack behind Republican party HQ the night before the Capitol insurrection @DDaltonBennett https://t.co/G87QQnG9oe pic.twitter.com/QNTdERnrGY
— Alec Luhn (@ASLuhn) January 29, 2021