(Reuters) – A letter bomb caught fire at a bank in Amsterdam today and another was disarmed at an office near Utrecht, the latest in a series of such attacks in the Netherlands this week. No injuries have been reported.
Police believe the two letters that detonated harmlessly this week, in mail rooms at Dutch bank ABN Amro and Japanese printer company Ricoh, are connected with letters sent to seemingly random business locations around the country in early January. Those included two hotels, a gas station, a real estate agent, and a car dealership, among others. None of the earlier letters detonated.
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