Police find burned down car allegedly used in Monday bomb attack

13 December 2016
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A burned down car has been discovered in the downtown area of Exarchia, which the police believe was used by the culprits behind Monday’s bomb attack against the Ministry of Labor.

Meanwhile the police is carrying on investigations in order to determine the identity of the assailants. According to police sources about 15 kilos of ANFO and Gelignite were used in the explosive device.

It appears that the bomb-makers made serious mistakes, with the police suspecting that an urban guerilla group may be behind the attack.

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