Two homemade pipe bombs exploded Sunday night outside a South Carolina courthouse, WYFF reported.
Authorities said the bombs were detonated at 11:15 p.m. outside the Pickens County Courthouse, the television station reported. Nobody was injured, as the courthouse was closed at the time, police said.
A city maintenance employee told police the pipe bombs were found outside the solicitor's office, WYFF reported. A window was damaged, the employee told the police.
The investigation is still in its early stages, and no arrests have been made, WYFF reported
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