A total of three people were injured in an explosion in a office building belonging to German discount supermarket chain Lidl in Neckarsulm, a town in southwest Germany, on Wednesday.
The explosion was caused by a bomb in either a letter or a small parcel, a spokesman for the local police force in nearby Heilbronn told DW.
Around 100 people were cleared as police evacuated the building following the explosion.
Rescue workers were at the scene, along with members of state’s investigative police force for more serious crimes.
Three people were injured after a letter or parcel bomb exploded in an administrative building in the German town of Neckarsulm, north of Stuttgart. https://t.co/4AQPSF6i8A
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Source: DW News