‘NO DIRECT THREAT’ Explosives found along parade route Governor Murphy was set to attend

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Several pipe bombs were spotted near the route of a Labor Day parade that Governor Murphy was set to attend Today.

Police apprehended a man this morning after finding close to 15 devices on his property near South Plainfield’s Labor Day Parade route, according to a senior law enforcement official with the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness.

NJ.com reports that No direct threat was made to the parade or the governor. The devices were found during a separate investigation, but due to how close the property was to the parade, officials cancelled the parade “out of an abundance of caution,” according to the senior official.

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