FBI names suspect in failed mall bombing
LITTLETON | The FBI on Sunday released a suspect’s name in an attempted bombing at a Colorado mall, saying they were launching a nationwide search for the man thought to have carried out the botched plan on the anniversary of the Columbine High School shootings.
Authorities said they discovered a pipe bomb and two propane tanks in a hallway of the food court of the Southwest Plaza Mall. The explosives, which did not detonate, were found after a fire in the hallway was reported, prompting an evacuation of the mall. No one was injured.
Moore has an extensive criminal record and should be considered dangerous, federal officials said. Investigators have exhausted all leads locally and have put out an alert to every FBI office the country, FBI spokesman Dave Joly said.
Trapped miner now presumed dead
BOISE | An Idaho miner trapped underground nine days ago most likely was buried when the collapse occurred and is presumed to be dead, mining company officials said Sunday.
Hecla Mining Co. President Phil Baker said that after days of around-the-clock rescue efforts, officials now fear 53-year-old Larry Marek did not survive the collapse inside the Lucky Friday Mine on April 15.
The announcement follows more than a week of efforts to reach Mr. Marek, who was caught in the cave-in more than a mile underground. By Sunday, officials had determined he could not have survived.
She said the rescue mission is now a recovery operation, and that Mr. Marek’s family had been told of the change late Saturday.
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