Letter bombs have gone off at company office in Amsterdam’s Sloterdijk business estate and at a post sorting office in Kerkrade, police confirmed on Wednesday morning. No-one was injured in the explosions.
The first blast went off at a mail room in an office the capital Amsterdam just after 8am on Wednesday. A second explosion was reported at a post sorting company 125 miles away in the southern town of Kerkrade on Wednesday morning.
Dutch police have been investigating a spate of letter bombs, which they said appeared to have been sent by the same person, since 3 January. Police say they do not yet know if there is a link to the letter bombs sent to companies and hotels in Amsterdam, Maastricht, Utrecht and Rotterdam at the beginning of this year. According to the Parool, a letter bomb was also intercepted at a postal sorting office in Amsterdam on Friday.
Via DutchNews / The Independent UK / iAmExpat