New Zealand: Seven pipe bombs, two suspects and zero leads in Hamilton attack

The pair behind a pipe-bomb attack on a money machine that left shrapnel holes in a suburban New Zealand mall and unexploded devices laying about appear to have got away with it.

In the last decade 26 New Zealanders have been convicted for offences involving pipe bombs or IEDs, improvised explosive devices.

However, not amongst them are the two people caught on CCTV footage, but never caught in person, attempting to blow open an ATM at Hamilton’s Chartwell Shopping Centre in August 2020.

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Source: Stuff