The two T-shirts found with a bomb placed along a Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade route in Spokane both came from the same nearby county.
The FBI released photos of the shirts found inside a backpack containing the bomb, which was discovered on a bench Monday before the parade started and was defused without incident.
One of the shirts was distributed last year at the "Relay for Life" race in Colville, the seat of Stevens County.
The origin of the second shirt – which had the words "Treasure Island Spring 2009" on the front – wasn't immediately clear. But after the photos were released, residents called the FBI and media to report the shirt was from a local theater production in 2009 in the town of Chewelah, 50 miles north of Spokane.
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