Rocket Propelled Grenade Component Found at Vacant House in Washington DC


At least seven homes were vacated after a rocket-propelled grenade component was found at a vacant home in Washington DC.
FOX News reported:

At least seven houses were evacuated after a piece of a rocket-propelled grenade was found in the back yard of a vacant row house.

The Washington Post reports the item was discovered Wednesday afternoon in the Manor Park neighborhood of Washington.

Metropolitan Police Department Chief of Police Cathy L. Lanier says the item was a piece of a shoulder-mounted anti-tank weapon. She says authorities are treating the discovery seriously.

Police did not provide information about how the device was discovered or who found it.

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