BREAKING: US Capitol on Lockdown, Supreme Court Evacuated as Suspect Tells Police ‘Other Vehicles Contain Possible Explosive Devices’

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A man in a black pickup truck was shouting that he had a bomb this morning at about 9:25am, reports say.

A 22-year-old student named Sydney Bobb reported the incident. She was walking on her way to class near the Library of Congress. She attends the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Now there are multiple bomb threats in Washington D.C. being reported.

The Capitol Police have contacted a suspect with a detonator who has said there are vehicles with possible explosive devices positioned around the city.

Here’s a picture of the suspect in the black pickup truck. He’s been identified as 49-year-old Floyd Ray Roseberry:

The Supreme Court has been evacuated. From CNBC:

The Supreme Court, a House office building and the Library of Congress were evacuated Thursday after a North Carolina man said he had a bomb in his truck parked outside the library, according to law enforcement officials.

Washington police asked residents on several streets on Capitol Hill to evacuate their homes, and the Republican National Committee evacuated its offices nearby.

The man who made the threat, 49-year-old Floyd Ray Roseberry, posted several videos online from his truck, according to multiple senior law enforcement officials who spoke with NBC News. Roseberry’s last known address is Grover, North Carolina.

Ms. Bobb said, “I was walking on that block because that’s where I go to class. He was shouting that he had a bomb. And then he threw money out the side of the truck.”

“The U.S. Capitol is on lock down due to a bomb threat, per WH official,” OANN’s Camryn Kinsey reported. “Update: There are unconfirmed reports of a male in possession of a detonator, per WH official.”

“U.S. Capitol Police are monitoring the ongoing investigation,” the report continued. “NOW: The individual is said to have told authorities that there are other vehicles containing possible explosive devises planted throughout the D.C. area.”

“There are no reports indicating officials have vehicle descriptions or knowledge of locations at this time,” the reporter added.

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“I got a bad feeling about this one,” a reporter who says he has covered a hundred bomb threats said. “I’ve got a real bad feeling about this one.”

The suspect claimed to have “propane tank” in his vehicle, but law enforcement have not confirmed explosive materials,” the Independent reported.

The Capitol Police Chief earlier gave a press conference on the bomb threat and the suspect.

“Capitol Police Chief Tom Manger says negotiators are on scene. They’re keeping media back as a precaution. The news conference was brief,” 7 News’ Lindsey Mastis reported.

Reportedly, the man is live-streaming from his vehicle.