MONROE (WWJ) – New information has been released about a Monroe car bombing that injured a Toledo-area attorney and his two sons on their way to football practice two years ago.
Officials with the Agents from the Detroit Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) believe a pipe bomb, containing ball bearings and small arms ammunition with a remote control device, was used.
Officials showed reporters a mock-up of the bomb at a news conference Friday.
ATF Explosive Enforcement Officer Michael Eggleston says it’s likely someone out there knows something about this device.
“They realize that they built something or made something with having no intention of it ever being used against a person, but they recognize the components or they recognize the parts,” said Eggleston. “That’s the person who we really hope comes forward.”
Eggleston said the person or people responsible for the explosion could choose the precise time to activate…
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