STATE NEWS: Bomb squad investigates 'improvised explosive devices'

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Chesapeake City, MD — The Office of the State Fire Marshal investigated "improvised explosive devices" found by a resident July 17 in an isolated, wooded area among other discarded debris across from 1 Mallard Drive, Chesapeake City, Maryland, on property owned by United States Army Corps of Engineers.

The Chesapeake City Volunteer Fire Department responded along with the Cecil County Sheriff's Office bomb squad to remove the devices.

The devices rendered safe and then removed

Anyone with information related to the incident is asked to contact the Office of the State Fire Marshal at 410-419-4460.

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