August 21, 2014
Authorities say an explosive device caused phone service outages in a Las Vegas neighborhood early yesterday.
Residents in southeast Las Vegas reported hearing a loud boom at
about 3 a.m., but police didn't find what appeared to be a detonated bomb until phone service problems were reported hours later.
Police say the device was placed underneath a telephone switch box.
No injuries were reported and no other devices were found.
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