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  • Explosives stolen from Forest Service facility near Red Lodge

    05/01/2013 10:10:13 PM PDT · by Kartographer · 54 replies
    KPAX.com ^ | 5/1/13
    The federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), the U.S. Forest Service (USFS), and the Carbon County Sheriff's Office (CCSO) are asking for help from the public in gathering information about the theft of approximately 559 pounds of high explosives from a USFS explosives bunker located near Red Lodge. A press release from the ATF says that in April 2013, someone used forced entry to get into an explosives storage facility owned and operated by the U. S. Forest Service. The storage facility is located approximately two miles south of the City of Red Lodge.
  • Explosives, primer stolen from UA lab (Near Tucson, AZ)

    08/19/2003 6:53:17 AM PDT · by cyncooper · 5 replies · 200+ views
    Arizona Daily Star ^ | August 19, 2003
    Three types of explosive materials - including sticks of dynamite - were stolen from a University of Arizona mining laboratory near Sahuarita, officials said. The explosives were discovered missing Thursday from the UA's San Xavier Mining Laboratory in the 6200 block of West Ocotillo Ranch Road, said Sigberto Celaya, resident agent of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. They were stolen sometime between Aug. 7 and Aug. 14 from the lower level of the mine, he said. The explosives, normally used in mining, could be used to destroy a medium-size building, Celaya said. One item stolen was a...