The FBI and Colorado law-enforcement officials are investigating a bomb that was discovered outside of a police station in the city of Nederland on Tuesday, officials said in a statement.
Nederland is about 45 miles northwest of Denver.
Police said that the bomb was active, but failed to detonate.
A police officer found the object, which authorities identify as an improvised explosive device (IED), on Tuesday morning outside of the Nederland Police Department and Boulder County Sheriff’s Office substation.
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