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Pipeline Bombings Update

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The Globe and Mail is reporting that three people have now been identified, after the R-C-M-P release of photos, in connection with its search for people, who mailed letters from a Dawson Creek drug store, post office outlet.
The three were among eight unidentified people shown on surveillance tape, mailing letters on October 7th — the same day as threatening letters were sent to Calgary-based pipeline operator, EnCana Corporation, from that outlet.
In the days after those letters were mailed, three separate blasts in from October 12th to the 31st targeted Ecana natural gas facilities east of Dawson Creek, in the Toms Lake area.
The R-C-M-P says the three identified people have now been cleared of involvement and, their pictures have been removed from its special investigative website.
However, the search continues for the five others.

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