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Dearborn, Michigan Hotel Evacuated, Pressure Cooker Found (Video)

| by Michael Allen
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The Adoba Hotel in Dearborn, Michigan was evacuated this weekend after a pressure cooker was left in a restroom (video below).

Guests were evacuated and the banquet of the University of Muslim Association of America was canceled on Sunday night.

“We all look forward to this time of year, Memorial Day weekend… we have fun, we learn and it’s just disheartening to see this type of stuff happen here,” banquet attendee Asgar Zaidi told CBS Detroit.

“I don’t want to jump to any conclusions … pointing fingers at anybody, but I hate extremists just as much as everyone else hates extremists. It doesn’t matter what faith you are," added Kasin Hasn.

Police detonated the pressure cooker, but no explosives were found. Police do not have a suspect, motive or crime, reported Click On Detroit.

The University of Muslim Association of America is a group that fosters awareness in the Muslim American community.

Source: CBS Detroit and Click On Detroit

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