Third blast in Landskrona in a row

Third blast in Landskrona in a row
Landskrona is a Swedish town of about 30,000 inhabitants, and it used to be peaceful. Now hand grenades are thrown.

Several people called the police about an explosion in Landskrona, Sunday night, Expressen reports.

According to police, a grenade has detonated under a car.

- There is damage to both vehicles and real estate, says Mikael Lindh, police officer in charge at the Skåne police.

Callers alerted police about some kind of explosion in central Landskrona shortly after midnight.

Several patrols were sent to the scene, but what exactly had happened was still unclear.

- Something has exploded. There is damage to both vehicles and buildings. Whatever it is that has happened, we will investigate now, said Mikael Lindh.

The night's explosion is the third in a row.

All explosions have caused damage to property, but no one has been injured. During Saturday night an explosion occurred at Idrottsvägen, and the night before a hand grenade was thrown into a venue at Vasagatan. On both addresses there are pizzerias.

But police still do not know if the three incidents are related.

- It is too early to say. Let's see first what this is, says Mikael Lindh.

No arrests, no suspects

No one has been arrested after the incidents and police have no suspects. So far no eyewitnesses have come forward, despite that many in Landskrona heard the blast.

5.30 on Monday morning, when the technicians were finished, police could establish that it was a hand grenade that had detonated under a car. Six other cars were damaged in the blast. At the same time a number of windows were blown out.

It's the new Sweden.

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