Fairfield police probe explosions of 3 bombs

Police are investigating three explosions at a Fairfield welding company.

According to police, three homemade bombs were planted and ignited Friday at a storage area for Fluid Systems. Authorities say they weren?t alerted to the blast until Saturday.

ATF, hazardous material and arson investigators descended on the building to search for evidence. Police are not ruling out the possibility the explosions were an inside job.

?We don?t think there?s been an intrusion into the building,? says Deputy Chief Steven Gutkin, of the Fairfield Police Department. ?We?re going to be interviewing all the employees.?

The building was not damaged by the blast.

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