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Calif. company thinks its battery used in bombing

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Calif. company thinks its battery used in bombing

CORRECTS VOLTAGE OF BATTERY TO 7.2 INSTEAD OF 1.25 - A 7.2-volt battery sold in retail outlets that is frequently used by hobbyists for various toys, including radio-controlled cars and trucks, is shown at the Tenergy Corp. in Fremont, Calif., Wednesday April 17, 2013. Officials at the Northern California battery company said Wednesday they believe a battery they manufacture was used in the Boston Marathon bombing. Benjamin Mull, spokesman for Fremont-based Tenergy Corp., said that based on crime scene photos that have appeared online, the company believes one of its nickel-metal hydride batteries was used to make the bombs that detonated Monday near the marathon's finish line, killing three people and wounding more than 170. (AP Photo/Terry Chea)

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