SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Police are warning the Sacramento State community to keep an eye out for fake bombs that have appeared around campus in the last two months.

Sacramento State Police Chief Mark Iwasa said the suspicious objects were first found on Sept. 3, near the railroad tracks on the west edge of campus.

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In the past two weeks, three more fake bombs were found around campus buildings. However, it’s unclear how long ago they had been there.

The objects consist of wires and broken pieces of electrical parts wrapped in either electrician’s tape or duct tape. They ranged in size from a baseball to a softball.

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Police are still trying to find out who’s behind the objects.

If you see a fake bomb, police urge you to keep your distance and call the Sacramento State Police Department at (916) 278-6851. Police also urge anyone with information about the fake bombs to call them.

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