Australian bomb victim used to live in Greenwich

An teen in Australia who spent 10 hours with a fake bomb attached to her neck used to live in southwestern Connecticut.Published reports say that

AUSTRALIA - An teen in Australia who spent 10 hours with a fake bomb attached to her neck used to live in southwestern Connecticut.

Published reports say that Madeleine Pulver's family recently lived in Old Greenwich before moving back to Australia.

Her father is the former CEO of Nielsen Net Ratings based in Manhattan.

The 18-year-old was not hurt and police later determined the device strapped to her contained no explosives.

Authorities are still searching for the suspect who broke into her family's home with the fake bomb.

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