KFSM, a CBS affiliate in Northwest Arkansas is reporting members of the Bentonville bomb squad blew up what they believe was bomb found inside the Osage Baptist Church Wednesday.

The device was found in the foyer of the church. It had been moved to the gravel parking lot when a Carroll County deputy arrived.

Photographs of the device were sent to the bomb squad and the area around the church evacuated.

Once the bomb squad arrived, X-rays of the device revealed it contained electronic devices. A water cannon blew the device apart. Bomb technicians classified the device as an improvised explosive device.

The church had been a polling place on Tuesday for Arkansas' runoff elections. For that reasons, the FBI office in Fayetteville was notified.

According to a release from the Carroll County sheriff's department, other polling places in the county were either searched or a representative of the polling place was notified about the bomb.

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