Neighbors of the accused Colorado theater shooter are being allowed back home after investigators spent days combing the apartment of James Holmes.
Residents were called Wednesday evening and told they were free to return home. The neighbors were evacuated Friday, hours after the theater shooting that killed 12 and wounded 58. Investigators said Holmes had rigged his entire apartment with a complex series of booby traps that took authorities days to dismantle.
A few residents were walking back into the building Wednesday, while repair crews were repairing a door damaged during the investigation. Workers also were repairing a window broken out while suspected explosives were cleared.