*(Via 7 News Denver) – Federal and local agents released a composite sketch of the person who may have set off an improvised explosive outside an NAACP office in Colorado Springs.
They shared the sketch during a Friday afternoon press conference involving the FBI, ATF, El Paso County Sheriff, Colorado Springs Police Chief and Fountain Police Chief.
Created from witness descriptions, the individual depicted in the sketch was described as a white man who is about 40-years-old and balding. He may be driving a 2000 or older model dirty, white pickup truck with paneling, a dark-colored bed liner, open tailgate, and a missing or covered license plate.
He “was in the area at the time of the bombing and seemed to have some involvement,” said FBI Special Agent In Charge Thomas Ravenelle. “He carried something down the alley just prior to the bombing and returned to his truck empty-handed at the time of the explosion.”
A $10,000 reward is being offered for information in this case by the FBI and ATF.
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