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State police are investigating how at least two devices were placed near the train tracks in Concord Wedneday, prompting a bomb squad response and major delays on the Commuter Rail.
According to police, they initially responded for a brush fire, but learned there was more to it than that when they arrived.
“There was some type of device that was used to ignite the fire. Further investigation revealed another device along the tracks,” Concord Police Chief Joseph O’Connor said.
Transit Police Superintendent Richard Sullivan said what the devices contained and how the ended up next to the tracks is part of the investigation, but the intent is clear.
"There is a connection between the devices and the brush fires," he said. "It's important to note this is not an act of terrorism, this is not related to terrorism."
This article first appeared on www.fox25boston.com
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