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Police in Washington state are investigating an incident involving an “improvised explosive device” found outside a cannabis shop in Tacoma on Friday. 

A suspect can be seen dropping off the homemade device and then throwing the Molotov cocktail at the shop in a video Tacoma Police shared with Fox 13.

James Bean, the owner of Craft Cannabis, is asking for help in identifying the individual caught on camera during the March 15 incident.

“I think this could have been a very different story had the person been successful,” Bean told Fox 13. 

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Tacoma Police are investigating after what appeared to be an “improvised explosive device” was found outside Craft Cannabis Friday.

Bean owns three other pot shops in Wenatchee and Vancouver and opened the Tacoma store two years ago, but told Fox 13 he noticed the location started being targeted back in February.

Bean told Fox 13 it all started with his 35% off signs being stolen.  

“It all started after we finished our remodel and had a grand reopening,” Bean said. “We even started getting threatening phone calls.”

However, all the thefts and threats took a serious turn on Friday when someone attempted to burn one of his buildings down.

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Video of "improvised explosive device" being dropped at Tacoma cannabis shop

Surveillance video captured an individual dropping off the device and then throwing a molotov cocktail at the store. 

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