A series of explosions took place early in the morning Sunday in Washington, D.C., with the Metropolitan Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division as well as representatives from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives Washington Field Division hoping citizens can help them trace down the suspects.
According to the groups, three separate attacks took place, including an explosive device being detonated just outside of Truist Bank on the 2300 block of Washington Place at 4:30 am, another fired an explosive by the front entrance of a Nike Store in the 700 block of H Street at 4:36 am and the hurling of a Molotov cocktail style object at a Safeway store in the 300 block of 40th Street. In all cases, the suspect was said to escape the scene using a vehicle, with all locations sustaining damage from the alleged attacks.
No injuries have been said to have come as a consequence of the explosions.
This is a breaking story and will be updated.
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