The explosive devices were detonated last Friday and gun shot evidence was also found by law enforcement.
The FBI statement read:
"Federal and Albuquerque law enforcement and fire officials are investigating the vandalism of three Albuquerque coffee shops that occurred after midnight on November 25, 2016.
"Suspicious devices were placed at three closed Starbucks coffee shops, and once caused minimal damage."
There must be something about Starbucks that ISIS doesn't like. The coffee? The fact that they are all "gun-free zones" and have stopped armed law enforcement from being served? The price of a damn cup of coffee?
In March, a Brussels airport bombing killed 34 infidels and Starbucks was a target as well as other shops. ISIS claimed responsibility.
In January, Indonesian officials said that ISIS was responsible for an explosion and shootout at a Jakarta Starbucks. But, of course, none of the coffee customers was armed.
Starbucks has a history of being bombed. In 2009, an upper East Side New York establishment was bombed and a Starbucks in Camp Lejeune, a Marine Corps facility, had threats made against it.
But because the Starbucks was part of a USMC facility, the scumcrumpets who made the threat obviously didn't want to face the consequences of Marines who might be denied their morning "Joe."