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Car bomb explodes in small Polish town

25th October 2010
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A car bomb exploded in Komorniki, a small town in the west of Poland, at around two AM on Monday morning, TVN24 reports.

No one was injured when the bomb detonated under an Audi A6, but eight other nearby cars were damaged in the explosion.

Although no one has been arrested, the police are questioning the owner of the vehicle.

Andrzej Borowiak of the Poznań police told reporters that the explosion was probably the result of a vendetta. Nevertheless, the owner of the Audi has never previously been arrested and does not possess a police record.

Alexander Hayes

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