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Explosion damages Polish retailer close to Amsterdam, third in 2 days

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Forensic consultants examine the particles after an explosion in Aalsmeer, close to Amsterdam, Netherlands, Tuesday morning Dec. 8, 2020. Two Polish supermarkets within the Netherlands had been badly broken by explosions early Tuesday however no accidents had been reported police stated.

An explosion broken a Polish grocery store in a Dutch city close to Amsterdam early Wednesday morning, the third such blast in two days.

Police stated the explosion occurred at a retailer within the city of Beverwijk, 30 kilometers (18 miles) northwest of Amsterdam. No person was injured, however the retailer was badly broken within the explosion at 5:15 a.m. (0415 GMT).

Dutch media reported that the proprietor of the shop additionally owns one other Polish grocery store in Aalsmeer that was gutted by an explosion and fireplace early Tuesday. The identical night time, one other explosion hit a Polish grocery store within the southern city of Heeswijk-Dinther.

Police are investigating the blasts and haven’t revealed a doable motive.

All three shops had been referred to as Biedronka, however aren’t half of a big community of price range shops of the identical identify in Poland.


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Paige is our worldwide correspondent reporting from Europe. She holds a Bachelor Diploma in journalism and has lined unique articles on Brexit. She additionally covers updates on options for the prevailing local weather change disaster.

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