ROWLEY — Police Chief Scott A. Dumas and Fire Chief James C. Broderick report that the Rowley Police and Fire Departments are on-scene after a suspicious device, believed to be a pressure cooker, was found unattended at the Rowley MBTA Commuter Rail station Monday morning.
GLOUCESTER — Chief John McCarthy reports that the Gloucester Police Department responded along with a state bomb squad after someone found a WWII-era shell while cleaning out their mother’s basement.
Chief Russell Kleber reports that the Athol Police Department had to be evacuated for a short time earlier this evening after a resident saw a suspicious looking pipe with wires sticking out of one end laying on the side of the road and brought it to the police station.
Chief Mark D. Segalla reports that the Reading Police Department is on scene after a resident found what they believed to be a pipe bomb next to their home.
Hull Police requested the assistance of the State Police Bomb Squad today after a homeowner found a 19th century cannonball in a box of antiques.
Maynard Police, Fire, and State Police Bomb Squad respond to a neighborhood on Saturday morning after a homeowner reported finding a suspicious device near their home.
Groveland Police Department Robert Kirmelewicz, Chief Public Safety Building 181 Main St Groveland, MA 01834 For Immediate Release Wednesday, July 8, 2015 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Bomb Squad Detonates Old Railway Construction Explosives Found In Groveland Home GROVELAND — Police Chief Robert J. Kirmelewicz reports that the Massachusetts State Police Bomb Squad […]