Military Explosive Found In Antique Store In Paris

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 10/10/2012 12:09 am
There were some anxious moments in downtown Paris on Tuesday afternoon.

State Police said the owner of an antique store on Main Street found an old military explosive in a box that had been purchased at an estate sale of a World War II Veteran.

Police blocked off Main Street for two hours while the State Police Bomb Squad was called-in.

The device was removed from the business without incident.

No word yet on whether the device was still active.
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