AKRON: A home on McKinley Avenue was damaged Tuesday night after an explosive device planted between the front and storm doors went off.
Akron police, the Summit County Bomb Squad, the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Explosives and the Akron Fire Department responded to a call that a home had been bombed with an explosive device that ripped the front doors off the house at about 11 p.m. according to Beacon Journal news partner WEWS Channel 5.
Police reported there were three people inside the home when the explosion occurred, none of whom was hurt in the blast.
The device, described by investigators as possibly a quarter stick of dynamite or an M100, sent debris into the street about 35 feet away.
Police have no suspects.
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