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Police comment on 'acid bomb' message being passed around

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The Guam Police Department has commented on a message circulating on social media about an acid bomb found at a house in Barrigada.

You might have received this information being passed around WhatsApp today.

Police confirming officers responded to a residence on Leyang Road this morning to a report of ordnance found there.

Authorities met with Guam Fire personnel who gave the all clear.

Police say the reporting person stated that the incident happened at 1 a.m. today, but that it was not reported until 10:30am.

A green tea bottle was found in their garage, which they determined possibly exploded.

No damages or injuries to report.

Investigators add there is no indication of multiple explosions, no indication the liquid substance was acid or that there has been a string of similar incidents happening around the island.

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