A $10,000 reward is still being offered for the arrest of the person responsible for a series of flashlight bomb attacks.
“It’s always a concern,” said Joe Posillico with the Salvation Army. “They don’t seem to have a specific target but it’s almost random.”
The distribution center near downtown Phoenix was the site of the last attack, which occurred on May 24. The workers were injured when they came across the “donated” flashlight and attempted to turn it on.
The last attack was the third in a series of similar incidents that have left multiple people with injuries.
Police continue to warn that the flashlight bomber is still on the loose.
If anyone comes across a suspicious flashlight, police said do not attempt to turn it on. Instead, contact police.