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The man accused of making the deadly bomb threat that forced the evacuation of a building in a downtown Los Angeles neighborhood is now facing a murder charge after the LAPD recovered three additional explosive devices in an apartment in Los Angeles County.
Police said Tuesday that one of five explosives seized Friday at the West 2nd Street apartment building where Omar Mateen lived is a second version of a device police believe was used as the basis for a bomb threat at a nightclub in Orlando earlier this year.
Mateen called 911 around 7 p.m. Friday to report he had been shot, saying he had been “shoved” by two men outside a nightclub and needed help. He then killed himself in the restroom of the building after officers arrived. He called 911 again shortly after 7:30 p.m. to report a possible bomb at a nearby apartment complex.
Police were notified Friday night when the apartment building was evacuated; after they arrived, officers saw an explosive device in a duffel bag left in the hallway to the door to Mateen’s apartment complex, officials said. In addition, two explosive devices were recovered inside the apartment buildings, including an improvised explosive device (IED), police said.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and FBI were assisting with the investigation into Mateen’s motive for the crime and the devices he may have used. Authorities were not investigating a wider terror network.
Officials said the device was not found on the scene and no bombs were found in the apartment or in the buildings on West 2nd Street where he and his pregnant wife lived. Police said their investigation was ongoing. Officials asked anyone with information about the investigation to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.
Mateen’s parents made a statement outside the home saying they don’t know the motives of their son and are outraged by how something like this could happen.
“We are very shocked and outraged and deeply saddened by the death of our son,” the parents said. “He had no ties to any religious group
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