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Swedish church a target of two arson attacks

On the 20th of January, unknown perpetrators threw three Molotov cocktails at the church in Spånga. Windows were smashed and the entrance was damaged but fortunately, nobody was harmed during the attack.


The police have cordoned off the area and are investigating for arson. Four days later, on the 24th of January, a second arson attempt took place. A security company detected a small smoking fire and a broken window.

The incident is currently classified as arson and the police is investigating whether there is a connection between the two attacks.


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