- Associated Press - Friday, October 10, 2014

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Hunters may return to parts of the Pennsylvania woods previously declared off-limits after police discovered pipe bombs allegedly left by manhunt target Eric Frein (freen).

The state Game Commission said Friday that hunters and trappers can enter Lehman Township and portions of Blooming Grove and Porter townships.

The agency also reopened most of State Game Lands 180 and the State Game Lands 183 shooting range, both in Pike County.

Those areas are outside the main search area for Frein, the suspect in last month’s deadly ambush at a state police barracks.

Hunting and trapping remains closed in Greene Township, Pike County, and Price, Barrett and Paradise townships in Monroe County.

Portions of State Game Lands 183 and 221 remain closed, as does the western tip of State Game Lands 180.

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