Two bombs exploded in Buthidaung

( Narinjara News, 1 November 2014) :

Buthidaung

Two bombs got exploded in Buthidaung, an Arakanese town adjacent to neighboring Bangladesh, on Friday night but no one sustained injuries, said a local source based in the western Burma town.

“The explosions took place in front of a guest house of the township administration office by 9:15 pm. The police suspected that these were handmade bombs exploded by the local miscreants,” said U Aung Ko Ko, a local resident of Buthidaung.

At the time of explosions no person was nearby and hence no one was hurt. The miscreants are suspected to take the advantage of the darkness due to erratic power supply in the locality.

The investigating police officers have found some materials suspected to be used in the explosions like a telephone set, some bicycle balls and bottles made of glass from the explosion site.

The authority has already tightened the security cover of the town, but no one was arrested by the police in this regard till filing of this story.

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