AURORA, Colo. — Police in Colorado say that all hazards have been removed from the apartment of theater shooting suspect James Holmes and that residents in surrounding buildings can return home.
Aurora police, FBI agents and bomb squad technicians spent much of Saturday entering the apartment booby-trapped with explosives and unknown liquids.
Police said Saturday evening that all the hazards have been taken to a disposal site.
All residents can now return to their homes except for those in Holmes' apartment building, where FBI agents are collecting evidence.
A fourth-floor apartment in a nearby building offered a view into Holmes' unit. Visible on a wall in Holmes' apartment was a poster with the words "Soldiers of Misfortune" and several figures in various shooting positions playing paintball.
Some were wearing paintball masks.
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AURORA, CO - JULY 24: A Federal Bureau of Investigation agent takes photos as he investigates inside the apartment where suspect James Holmes lived July 24, 2012 in Aurora, Colorado. Holmes, 24, is accused of killing 12 people and injuring 58 in a shooting spree on July 20 during a screening of 'The Dark Knight Rises.' According to police Holmes' apartment had more than 30 homemade grenades and 10 gallons of gas inside that was booby-trapped to go off. (Photo by Joshua Lott/Getty Images)