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Authorities in Colorado disabled a pipe bomb left behind a grocery store Tuesday.
The Littleton Police Department said the area around a Safeway was closed off when a suspected explosive device was discovered. It was not clear how long the device had been there.
Police were called out to investigate at about 12:35 p.m.
The Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office also responded and determined the device was active. Bomb technicians deactivated it.
The supermarket was not evacuated, and no arrests have been made.