PANACA, Nev. (AP) — Police in Arizona found explosive material and assembled bombs in a parked RV that’s believed to be connected to two blasts that killed one person and rocked a rural Nevada town.
Deputy Police Chief Rusty Cooper in Kingman, Arizona, said Friday that officers are searching a 40-foot motorhome and storage shed at an RV park that belonged to the suspect in the bombings.
Nevada authorities called Kingman police Thursday to help investigate.
The explosions Wednesday night tore through a car and a house on a quiet residential street in the small farming community of Panaca. The suspect was killed and a young boy nearby suffered minor injuries.
Kingman is a four-hour drive from Panaca, a Mormon enclave near the Utah border.