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Malmö office hit by second bomb in two days

Published söndag 21 december 2014 kl 11.22
Police investigate the scene of the bombings. Photo: Stig-Åke Jönsson / TT
Police investigate the scene of the bombings. Photo: Stig-Åke Jönsson / TT

A second bomb exploded outside a housing office in the Malmö district of Rosengård Saturday night. It had already been targeted by another bomb the previous night.

"Some windows have been broken. Both in the office which belongs to an estate agent and in an apartment next door", Skåne police chief Magnus Lefèvre told Swedish Radio News Malmö.

This is the third bomb in the same area in just two days, a car bomb also detonated in the area Friday night. Police say they cannot yet confirm if the blasts were linked.

"We are looking into it. We can't rule it out, but I can't go into any details in the case at the moment. An investigation has already begun, it started yesterday, and it will now continue as the same injured party has been targeted", Lefèvre adds.

Swedish Radio News reports there are suspicions that the blasts may be connected to a decision by the housing company to evict some tenants in the area.

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