Jefferson County Bomb Squad
The man who pleaded guilty to planting a bomb inside the Borders bookstore at the Colorado Mills mall was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison on Thursday.
Court documents obtained by CBS4 Friday morning reveal a confession from David Lawless, who is accused of planting three bombs at a Lakewood bookstore.
Police in Lakewood say a man suspected of leaving two explosive devices in a bookstore is in custody.
Borders Book Store in the Colorado Mills Mall re-opened Sunday at 10 a.m. one day after two crude devices were found inside.
A store alarm at the Colorado Mills Mall in Lakewood sounded just after midnight. Police in Lakewood found what appeared to be forced entry into the Borders Book Store and two devices.