Stafford County Sheriff Charles Jett, second from right, leads a news conference about the search for bombing suspect Laurence Alan Stewart II at the Stafford County Public Safety Center in Stafford, Va., Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2012. Stewart, who was accused of indecent exposure over the summer, is wanted on charges of detonating homemade pipe bombs at the homes of two investigators in the case and his ex-girlfriend this week, authorities said Wednesday. (AP Photo/The Free Lance-Star, Peter Cihelka)
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