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LAPD bomb squad responds to report of pipe bomb at fire scene

A Los Angeles police bomb squad is responding to reports of a possible pipe bomb that was found at the site of a structure fire in the San Fernando Valley, authorities   said.

The suspicious device was found on the second floor of the four-story apartment building in the 6100 block of North Canoga Boulevard, the Los Angeles Police Department said.

"It's a suspicious device ... that may be a pipe bomb," Officer Karen Rayner said.

No other details were immediately available.


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