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Suspect in Fox 45 Baltimore bomb threat shot by police

Police tape blocks 41st Street and Hooper Avenue south of Fox 45 in Baltimore. The station was the scene of a bomb scare and subsequent police shooting earlier today. (Anthony C. Hayes) UPDATE: Police have identified the bomb threat suspect […]

Police tape blocks 41st Street and Hooper Avenue south of Fox 45 in Baltimore.  The station was the scene of a bomb scare and subsequent police shooting earlier today.  (Anthony C. Hayes)

Suspect in Fox 45 Baltimore bomb threat shot by police

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Police tape blocks 41st Street and Hooper Avenue south of Fox 45 in Baltimore. The station was the scene of a bomb scare and subsequent police shooting earlier today. (Anthony C. Hayes) UPDATE: Police have identified the bomb threat suspect […]

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