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Rhode Island portable toilet explosion was taken by the bomb squad, $5G reward is being offered

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The authorities in the u.s. state Rhode Island are trying to figure out who set off the explosives inside, and a couple of portable toilets on the weekend, to the left of the structure blown to pieces in the two cities.

The Rhode Island Fire Marshal, said the two incidents took place on a Saturday in the towns and cities of the West, and Charlestown.

The first blast was reported at about 12:30 pm, Saturday a residential construction site in the city, on the shores of the West.

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“I’ve got a lot of other things to be done in order to use the port-a-potties, but it will never be a blast,” Jason Mottle, who has been working at the construction site, told WPRI-TV. “The port-a-potty was blown up into a million pieces.”

The first blast was reported at about 12:30 a.m. on Aug. 17, in the town of Westerly, Rhode Island, according to officials.
(The Rhode Island Fire Marshal)

The second incident was reported an hour later, in a private parking lot in Charlestown. A fisherman reported hearing an explosion at about 11 am on Saturday, but the damage was not reported until Sunday morning.

The images, released by the state fire marshal, showed it to both of the portable toilets blown to bits.

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There were no reports of any injuries in the blast

The second blast was reported at about 11 p.m. on Saturday in the town of Charlestown, R. I., according to fire officials.
(The Rhode Island Fire Marshal)

The state’s bomb squad, which is managed by the Office of the State Fire Marshal is now investigating, according to officials. The Rhode Island fire marshal is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever is responsible for the explosion.

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Anyone with information is urged to contact the state bomb squad is on the 401-383-7723.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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