The Gazette, Jerilee Bennett, Associated Press
DECATUR, Texas — Investigators found bomb-making materials and bloody clothes in the car of a man suspected in the death of the Colorado prisons chief.
Documents made public Tuesday show that authorities also found documents from the Department of Corrections, maps and handwritten directions in Evan Spencer Ebel's car. Also found were parts of the uniform of a Domino's Pizza worker, zip ties and duct tape.
Ebel was killed in a shootout with Texas authorities last week.
Authorities in Decatur sent the items to Colorado agencies investigating the death of corrections chief Tom Clements and the slaying of a pizza deliveryman whose body was found two days before Clements was killed.
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