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Friday, April 22, 2011

FBI hunt suspect as bombs are found in Columbine mall on 12th anniversary of massacre - 22nd Apr 2011

Detectives are hunting a suspected terrorist after two propane tanks and a pipe bomb were found in a mall just two miles from Columbine High School on the 12th anniversary of the chilling massacre.

Investigators were today probing possible connections between the 1999 tragedy and yesterday’s discovery which came after a blaze broke out near the store's food court.

The FBI has now released two surveillance pictures of a 'person of interest' sought in connection with the fire which started at around noon at the Southwest Plaza Mall in Littleton, suburban Denver.

No arrests have yet been made in connection with the case, but dozens of law enforcement agents were scouring CCTV footage from the mall and following other leads to identify the man seen entering through a side door not normally used by the public.

The man pictured is white with greying hair. He has a silver moustache and was wearing a dark coloured cap with a light-coloured logo on the front.

He was also wearing a grey and white horizontally striped shirt, a dark jacket with silver buttons, blue jeans and dark coloured shoes. Video surveillance recordings showed a bag-toting man enter a private-access mall corridor.

The man is then seen inside the mall, at the top of an escalator.

Evidence found at the scene has been traced back to a Target furniture store across the street from the mall where potential witnesses were being questioned today. Read More