An explosion has taken place outside a police station in Copenhagen – days after a blast at another public building in the Danish capital.
The explosion, at about 3.20am, caused damage to the ground floor of the police station in Norrebro, which is just outside the city centre, but did not injure anyone.
On Tuesday, police said a tax office in the capital was deliberately targeted. On that occasion, one person was slightly hurt.
It is too early to connect the two incidents, police have said, but Danish newspaper Ekstra Bladet said officers are searching for a man who was seen running from the scene of the latest explosion.
Source: Sky News