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Days after a bomb went off outside of a NAACP office in Colorado, FBI authorities have announced a new development in their ongoing investigation.

Buzzfeed reports:

Special Agent Thomas Ravenelle told reporters during a news conference that authorities have spoken with at least one witness who said that at the time of the explosion, a man was seen “carrying something down an alley” and driving off in a white pickup truck as the device detonated.

Ravenelle described the suspect as “a Caucasian male, approximately 40 years of age and balding.” The man was driving a dirty 2000 or older model white pickup truck with paneling or rails, a dark-colored bed liner, and an open or missing tailgate. The truck was also missing a license plate, or it was covered.

There are only a small number of witnesses in this investigation, so Special Agent Ravenelle is urging residents to step forward even if they don’t have a lot of information to share.

Currently, there is a $10,000 reward being offered by the FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

We will continue to keep you updated as details emerge.

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