Powerful bomb went off in Malmö

 
Powerful bomb went off in Malmö
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Several residents in the district of Kroksbäck in the Swedish city of Malmö contacted the police after hearing a powerful explosion on Wednesday night. Police believe the bomb was aimed at a store in the area.

- It was a powerful explosion that could be heard over large parts of the city, said duty officer in the Skåne police, Magnus Lefèvre, to Aftonbladet.

He says that no people were injured in the blast, but that the two cars were hit. Lefèvre says it may seem that a store in the area was the target of the explosion.

The first message about the incident came around 02.00 o'clock. Police have cordoned off the area, and technicians were early Thursday morning on their way to examine the place.

- At the moment we classify the incident as "hazardous destruction to the general public," says Lefèvre.

The explosion is the third in Malmö since January. A car was blown up in the city in February and in April a restaurant was bombed, for the second time in just over a year.

More than 30 bombs went off in Malmö last year, with 4 in just one week in December.

It's becoming a lawless city, with bombs exploding, people being gunned down or stabbed on the streets in broad daylight. It can not possibly end well.

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