A pet shop is offering a $250 reward for the return of a stolen puppy.
A federal court in Denver on Thursday sentenced a man who admits he attempted to bomb Southwest Plaza Mall nearly a year ago.
Earl Albert Moore changed his plea to guilty in federal court in Denver on Friday.
The man charged with leaving a bomb at the Southwest Plaza last month may have implicated himself in a letter he sent to a CBS4 reporter.
The suspect in the attempted bombing last month at the Southwest Plaza will face a minimum of 30 years in prison if he is convicted of the federal charges against him.
It was an alert shopper at the Table Mesa King Soopers in Boulder who made the phone call that led police to arrest Earl Albert Moore, the suspect in the Southwest Plaza bomb scare.
The suspect in the attempted bombing at Southwest Plaza went before a federal judge in Denver on Wednesday afternoon.
The arrest of Earl Albert Moore took place at the King Soopers grocery store in south Boulder after a woman spotted him ordering coffee.
Have you seen Earl Albert Moore? Investigators identified him over the weekend as the suspect in last week’s attempted bombing at Southwest Plaza.
A joint terrorism task force is still trying to locate a man they now say is a suspect in this week’s attempted bombing at Southwest Plaza Mall.