Police probe explosive device detonated in Parsippany-Troy Hills

The Parsippany-Troy Hills Police Department is investigating an explosive device that detonated Sunday night in town.



Police say they found remnants of a small, rudimentary device near the intersection of Allentown Road and Marmora Road around 9 p.m. Sunday. Several neighbors called police to report the explosion.



No one was hurt when the device exploded. Police did not immediately say what type of device it was.



Parsippany-Troy Hills police and the Morris County Sheriff's Department are investigating the incident.



Anyone who may have any information is asked to call police at 973-263-4311 or call Morris County Crime Stoppers tip line at 973-COPCALL.


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