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After Three Years, Feds Still Looking For D.C. Pipe Bomb Suspect

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Federal officials are still searching for a suspect in the case of pipe bombs planted outside the RNC and DNC offices in Washington, D.C.

A $500,000 reward is offered for information leading to the suspect’s arrest and conviction.

The FBI emphasized the importance of identifying the perpetrator, highlighting the potential danger posed by the viable pipe bombs. (Trending: Pro Sport Announces Shock Decision On Transgender Athletes)

The FBI said, “it is important to remember the suspect walked along residential and commercial areas in Capitol Hill just blocks from the U.S. Capitol with viable pipe bombs that could have seriously injured or killed innocent bystanders. Moreover, the suspect may still pose a danger to the public or themselves.”

David Sundberg, assistant director in charge of the FBI Washington Field Office, said, “Over the past three years, a dedicated team of FBI agents, analysts, data scientists, and law enforcement partners has worked thousands of hours conducting interviews, reviewing physical and digital evidence, and assessing tips from the public about who may have placed pipe bombs on Capitol Hill.”

“The tips we have received so far from the American people have helped us advance the investigation, and we ask the public to continue to assist us by taking a fresh look at our Seeking Information webpage, which includes images and video of the suspect, the suspect’s backpack, the suspect’s shoes, the explosive devices, and a map of the route the suspect walked the night the pipe bombs were placed,” he continued.

FBI Director Christoper Wray said, “I will tell you we have done thousands of interviews, reviewed something like 40,000 video files of which this is one, assessed 500-something tips, reviewed the devices.”

Despite extensive efforts, the investigation has not yet led to a resolution, prompting calls for more transparency from Congress.

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