Bosnian bomb connected to criminals in Malmö

 
Bosnian bomb connected to criminals in Malmö
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A Swedish citizen and four Bosnians were Friday arrested in Bosnia. Three of the men were arrested at the Bosnian border with a bomb in the trunk. Bosnian media now writes that the bomb was commissioned by people in the Netherlands, with Sweden as final destination, reports Aftonbladet.

Chief of Police in Malmö, Stefan Sintéus, says the action was part of a larger investigation aimed at the city's worst criminals.

- We can not say that this is about gang related crime. It's about violent crimes and these are criminals who we regard as strategically important in Malmö. People who are in the upper circle of criminals, he says to the newspaper.

Sintéus will not comment on whether the police have made arrests on Swedish soil. He says the explosive charge that was found was going to Sweden, but he will not speculate on what it would be used for.

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