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Suspect in Colo. Mall Bomb Scare Arrested

April 26, 2011  | 

The man suspected of placing a failed explosive device inside a Jefferson County, Colo., mall last week was arrested this morning in Boulder after someone spotted him drinking coffee at Starbucks inside a King Soopers, sources said.

Earl Albert Moore, 65, was arrested shortly before 7:30 a.m. at the King Soopers at Table Mesa Drive and Broadway, Boulder police spokesperson Kim Kobel said.

King Soopers spokeswoman Kelli McGannon said a customer noticed Moore drinking coffee around 6:30 a.m. and told a manager, who called 911.

When Moore realized police were coming into the store in pursuit of him, he tried to leave but was apprehended by Boulder police in the parking lot.

Read Full Story at DenverPost.com

Tags: Shopping Malls, FBI


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