Police Search For Possible Bomb-Maker

Police in Laurel County are asking for help after what could have been a bomb blew up a car there.

It happened earlier this month at a trailer park near London.

Police responded to a disturbance and found a car on fire with a soda bottle filled with nails and aluminum foil. Police are calling it a Macgiver bomb.

The next day, police also found a Wal-mart employees car had been vandalized.

The victims in both instances are related. Police think the crimes are connected.


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  • by shelly Location: knox on Jan 7, 2009 at 10:29 AM
    Umm well my opinion is that this young man was bribed to do it! I dont think that he wanted to hurt anyone it was someone else that had a grudge on that man that it happened too! So its not him that the police need to look for its someone else in my opinion!
  • by AMANDA Location: LONDON on Dec 28, 2008 at 07:05 PM
    THIS WAS MY BROTHER THIS HAPPEND TO AND EVER WHO DID THIS I HOPE THEY FIND HIM.. THIS COULD HAVE KILLED MY BROTHER AND SEVERAL OTHERS THAT NIGHT!! THIS IS A NIGHTMARE AND YES MAY GOD HAVE MERCY ON YOUR EVIL SOUL BECAUSE YOU HAVE TO FACE HIM..
  • by Josh Location: london on Dec 24, 2008 at 04:50 PM
    i dont know why someone would do this to me. id understand if i did something to someone but i havent said to done anything to anyone. may god have mercy on them
  • by Richard Location: Lexington on Dec 24, 2008 at 09:25 AM
    I use to watch the national news because the local news was boring. Kentucky is becoming more like some kind of war zone. The way people are breaking into houses - almost every house hold should have a gun. You'd think we had incorporated some kind of Black Operational Government into our System. Well ! At least the news is entertaining.

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