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Huntingburg Police Investigate After Report of Loud Explosion

The Huntingburg Police Department is investigating after a report of a loud explosion.

Posted: Jan 2, 2021 4:46 PM
Updated: Jan 4, 2021 10:00 AM

The Huntingburg Police Department is investigating after a report of a loud explosion.

Police say they responded to that report near the intersection of 1st and Chestnut Street Friday night.

Police say neighbors in the area described hearing a loud boom and seeing a pickup truck leaving the area.

We're told authorities are investigating a similar incident that happened December 20th near the intersection of 5th and Geiger.

During that incident, no citizens contacted 911 after hearing the explosion and it was reported the next day.

Huntingburg Police say anyone with information regarding these incidents should contact Detective Stivers with HPD at (812) 683-3003. You may also remain anonymous by calling HPD’s Anonymous Tip Line: (812) 684-2992.

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