UPI reports that one person is in custody after suspicious devices were found at three vandalized Starbucks, including one that detonated and caused minimal damage to a franchise in southeast Albuquerue. No information about the suspect has been released, but the incident is reminiscent of two other attacks earlier in 2016, both involving Starbucks and bombs. The previous attacks underscore the fact that hotels and restaurants, places where people gather in close proximity, are attractive targets for those aiming to cause mayhem. UPI said the FBI announced the arrest Saturday after the incidents occurred early Friday. The FBI, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives, and the Albuquerque Police and Fire Departments are investigating. The terrorist group ISIS claimed responsibility for both the earlier attacks, one at the Brussels, Belgium, airport and one in Jakarta, Indonesia. In the Brussels attacks, which killed 34 people, one of the bombs was said to have been detonated near a Starbucks. In the Jakarta attack last January, an explosion inside a Starbucks drove patrons outside, where they were met by gunfire. READ MORE