DERBY, Kan. (AP) - Police in a south-central Kansas town say they'll probably never know who donated a grenade to Goodwill.
KWCH-TV reports workers at the Goodwill store in Derby came across the grenade while sorting through donations Wednesday.
The building was evacuated while the device was removed. A technician from the Wichita bomb squad inspected the grenade and determined it wasn't live.
No one's sure if the grenade was brought to the store or left in a Goodwill donation bin. Derby police say they consider the case closed.
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