Police Set to Enter Suspect’s Home

    Image #: 18668489    A law enforcement officer places a silver remote device on a roof top, across from the apartment complex where suspect James Eagan Holmes lived in Aurora, Colorado July 21, 2012. Police probing a Colorado shooting rampage prepared on Saturday to send in a robot to detonate what they called a sophisticated booby-trap in the apartment of Holmes, 24, accused of killing 12 people at a screening of the new "Batman" film. Holmes is accused of storming into a theater in a suburban Denver multiplex just after midnight on Friday clad head-to-toe in black body armor and a gas mask and tossing smoke bombs into the audience before shooting seemingly at random. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW)       REUTERS /JOSHUA LOTT /LANDOV

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    Bomb technicians may be less than an hour from entering the apartment of James Holmes, alleged Colorado killer, in order to remotely detonate or defuse the improvised explosive devices believed to be inside. Investigators told CBS that Holmes had filled his apartment with 30 rubber shells filled with a smokeless powder, one of which is being examined by FBI explosives experts. Several tripwires appear to be tied to containers of liquid spread around the apartment. There are about 100 personnel on the scene, from FBI technicians to firefighters to chemists. Authorities have cleared the immediate area.

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