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HYRUM, Utah (AP) -- Two Cache County boys are accused of bringing pipe bombs to school.
School officials say the two nine-graders allegedly took the bombs to South Cache Center in Hyrum on Friday.
Kirk McRae, Cache School District human resources director, says school officials learned about the incident on Monday.
McRae say there's no indication the teens intended to detonate the devices at school. It's believed one boy brought the bombs to school to give to the other boy.
McRae say the pair have been suspended pending an investigation by police and the school district.
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