Suspected letter bombs hit two Dutch buildings, no injuries - police

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Wed, 12 Feb 2020 - 08:40 GMT

A letter bomb detonated in the postal office of this building in Amsterdam around 8am Wednesday, before a second device exploded a short time later in the city of Kerkrade - Google Street View

A letter bomb detonated in the postal office of this building in Amsterdam around 8am Wednesday, before a second device exploded a short time later in the city of Kerkrade - Google Street View

AMSTERDAM – 12 February 2020: Suspected letter bombs went off in the mailroom of an office building in Amsterdam and at a post-sorting company in the Dutch city of Kerkrade early on Wednesday, police said.

No injuries were reported in either blast, police added.

Dutch police have been investigating a spate of letter bombs since Jan. 3, which they said appeared to have been sent by the same person. Previous targets have included a hotel, a gas station, a garage, a real estate agent and a bill collection service.

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