Grenade found near Lakewood, NJ synagogue


A bomb squad in Lakewood, New Jersey, found and removed a grenade that was taped to a pole near a synagogue on Sunday morning.

According to police, at about 8 a.m., the grenade was found strapped to utility pole at the intersection of Forest Avenue and 4th Street in Lakewood, near the Satmar Shul synagogue.

The bomb squad removed the item and, as reported by the Lakewood Scoop, the grenade was found to be empty and uncapable to detonating.

Officials said that an investigation into this incident is ongoing.

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