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Thomas P. Ravenelle

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Special Agent In Charge

Phone: (202) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: t***@***.gov
Local Address:  San Francisco , California , United States
Federal Bureau of Investigation
935 Pennsylvania Avenue, Nw
Washington Dc , District of Columbia 20535
United States

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"The FBI is committed to ..., 25 June 2015 [cached]
"The FBI is committed to working with our law enforcement partners and prosecutors to investigate and prosecute organized criminal enterprises," said Thomas Ravenelle, FBI special agent in charge.
Relocate, 30 Dec 2008 [cached]
15 May 2014, 11:30am - 2 pm - Englewood, CO - The AFIO Rocky Mountain Chapter hears from Thomas Ravenelle, FBI SAC Denver
AFIO Bullet AFIO will hold a joint meeting with FBI's InfraGard featuring Thomas Ravenelle, FBI Denver Division Supervising Agent in Charge.
"Our primary purpose today was to ... [cached]
"Our primary purpose today was to release a composite sketch of a person who was in the area at the time of the bombing, and appeared to have some involvement, as he carried something down the alley just prior to the bombing and returned to his truck empty-handed at the time of the explosion," said Thomas Ravenelle, FBI Denver's special agent in charge.
Investigators announced that the Colorado Springs Police Department would provide additional patrols in the area of the explosion, which occurred at 603 El Paso Street late Tuesday morning.
Authorities also announced a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in the case. They have not received many tips, Ravenelle said.
"Even the smallest tip can make or break the investigation," he said.
Authorities released the sketch of a balding white man in his 40s who witnesses say was driving a dirty 2000 or older-model white pickup truck with a covered or missing license plate. Ravenelle said it would be impossible to say whether the man was in Colorado Springs. Earlier Friday afternoon, the Colorado State Patrol spotted a truck matching the description and passed the information along to Colorado Springs police, though police said they had not made an arrest.
Two volunteers with the NAACP office told the New York Times that several weeks ago an angry man had walked into their offices and delivered a disjointed tirade about how the NAACP was not supporting his personal protest against local law enforcement.
Ravenelle referenced the incident at Friday's conference, saying they were looking to speak with the individual. Ravenelle would not say whether the person matched the suspect's description.
Authorities aren't saying if the civil rights organization, which has been active in Colorado Springs for decades, was the target.
Ravenelle did say authorities would be naive to ignore the fact that the NAACP, as a national organization, has "been a recipient of threats throughout their existence."
"I know what the NAACP means to some extremists in this country, so we keep all possibilities open," he said.
Questions remained about the bomb, which authorities refrained from discussing so as not to encourage potential copy cats.
It was "not a sophisticated device," Ravenelle said.
Ravenelle would not speculate about the potential power of the explosive and also did not have information about the blast radius. No one was injured in the explosion, which knocked over items on shelves inside the building and left scorch marks on the exterior of the wall and scattered bits of evidence in nearby lawns and on the street.
Pictures taken by Google Maps in September show an older, dark mark on the northeast wall of the building next to where the bomb exploded. Ravenelle said it's not something they are looking into.
"Here's the thing, whether there was a charred mark there before, whether there's a new charred mark there that's a little bit larger, the bottom line is, somebody placed a bomb outside the facility, with the intent of doing something nefarious," he said.
While acknowledging intent, investigators did not say it was an act of domestic terrorism or a hate crime.
"If we were to say this was a hate crime, or this was a terrorism incident, we could find out that somebody was upset with the owner of Mr. G's for some reason," Ravenelle said.
"Only the bomber knows why he ..., 15 Jan 2015 [cached]
"Only the bomber knows why he put this there," said Thomas Ravenelle, FBI special agent in charge.
In addition to Moore and Loveland ..., 4 June 2015 [cached]
In addition to Moore and Loveland Police Chief Luke Hecker, members of the task force were present at a 4 p.m. press conference Thursday at the Loveland police building: Windsor Police Chief John Michaels, Weld County Sheriff's Office Capt. Alan Caldwell, FBI Special Agent Tom Ravenelle and Larimer County Sheriff's Office Capt. Robert Coleman.
Ravenelle said he would not call the series of incidents a "sniper attack," rather a "shooting attack," though he did not elaborate on the reason.
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