Aluminum chemical containers could have been used to make bombs in the first place

A lot of us were a little surprised when we first saw photos of a container in a lab that had been found with an explosive.

The container was found at a lab at the University of California, Davis, but it’s not clear why it contained explosives.

The device was found in a metal containment box that was used to hold toxic chemicals in a closed-cell facility.

A security guard who was in the lab noticed something odd and called the police.

The police were alerted to the suspicious device after a security guard noticed it at the lab.

The security guard contacted the university, and it has since been determined that it was a container of aluminum.

A lot has changed since then.

The containers were never used to assemble bombs, according to a press release from the university.

But the containers were found to contain aluminum in the fall of 2014, according a new report from the Center for Investigative Reporting.

The news agency also noted that the container’s contents had been traced to a warehouse in Los Angeles that held a stockpile of aluminum that was shipped to the United States for sale.

This container was identified as one of the containers used to build the bomb in the film “12 Years a Slave.”