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> Turns out, package contained baseball cards, STATE POLICE BOMB SQUAD SUMMONED

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post Nov 4 2011, 08:33 PM
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Tuesday, November 1, 2011

WORCESTER Mass. A package that drew the attention of the state police bomb squad this morning was determined to contain an unwanted collection of baseball cards. Initial suspicions of the sealed box, left atop a newspaper box outside the post office branch on Chandler Street, prompted police to close off the area.

The sealed box had the word "Free" on the outside. It was heavily taped, and authorities could not easily determine its contents.

Upon further review, the box was found to contain baseball cards.

Officials, who were notified of a "suspicious package" about 9 this morning, did not immediately locate the person who left the box.

Traffic was briefly detoured from the area.



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post Nov 4 2011, 08:35 PM
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Any news on what was in it? Sorry, Ill rephrase.. what did you put in the box? tongue.gif


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man, if it was mid-90s stuff they should have blown it up to reduce the volume of cards in existence...



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QUOTE(tyrodsports @ Nov 4 2011, 08:33 PM)
man, if it was mid-90s stuff they should have blown it up to reduce the volume of cards in existence...
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QUOTE(tyrodsports @ Nov 4 2011, 07:33 PM)
man, if it was mid-90s stuff they should have blown it up to reduce the volume of cards in existence...
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Even if it was a large truck trailer to blow up it wouldn't even put a dent in the volume in existence wink.gif laugh.gif


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That part of the city where the cards were found, isn't so nice. cool.gif

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