DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - At least six bottle bombs were discovered along a bike path on Dayton's east side Friday morning.
Police said two of the bombs had already exploded when they arrived in the area of Russet and Elliot avenues around 9:30.
Fire crews and the Dayton Bomb Squad were called to remove and detonate the unexploded bombs.
Arson investigators were also called to the scene.
Police have not indicated they have any suspects.
MetroParks officials closed the bike path in that area until bombs were removed and police cleared the scene.
No injuries were reported.
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