Urgent Hunt for Suspect in New Mexico Church Bombings

FBI is offering a $5,000 reward as investigators search for clues in bombings they say could have been deadly.
1:15 | 08/04/15

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Now to the mystery in new Mexico tonight. Two bombings at two churches miles apart. One catholic, one Baptist. Tonight, officials revealing whoever is behind it did intend to do harm. Here is ABC's Ryan Owens. Can you contact the bomb squad? Reporter: The FBI scrambling tonight to find the bomber or bombers who shattered the serenity of Sunday services at two New Mexico churches. These devices were intended to do harm. Reporter: The first explosion reported at 8:20 A.M. -- A bomb dropped in a mailbox near the entrance to the Calvary Baptist church in Las Cruces. The impact was so strong. Reporter: Just 20 minutes later and less than four miles away -- another blast. This time at holy cross catholic church just as the priest was beginning communion. There was this large bang went off. Reporter: No one was injured and damage to the churches was minimal. Only a coward would place an explosive device in a place of peace and a place of worship. Reporter: Tonight, the FBI is offering a $5,000 reward and has set up a hotline for tips -- certain that someone saw something. Ryan Owens, ABC news, Dallas.

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