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FBI Shows Sketch of Man at Yale Classroom

FBI agents investigating a bombing at Yale University’s law school dusted for fingerprints Thursday and showed students a sketch of a man seen leaving the empty classroom just before the blast. The explosive — which investigators believe was a pipe bomb — damaged two rooms Wednesday, and about 300 rare law books in a room below were soaked with water from the sprinkler system. No one was injured. Acting Police Chief Francisco Ortiz said the bomber was “trying to send a message.” Law student Carsten Jungmann said he helped the FBI draw a sketch of a man he saw leaving the classroom about two minutes before the explosion. The man was clean-shaven and appeared to be in his 20s or 30s, with black hair that hung just below the ears, Jungmann said. “He appeared to be not suspicious at the time, but he was moving more quickly than people normally appeared to move through the law school,” he said. Full Story

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