By Peter McLaren-Kennedy •
Published: 30 Nov 2022 • 22:28
Hand grenade launcher - Credit Instalaza
According to news site Telecinco on Wednesday, November 30 Instalaza the bomb caused minor injuries to the hand of the administrative worker who opened the post. Fortunately, the individual played safe by opening the parcel in a safe place.
The police in Spain have issued a warning that more letter bombs may have been sent after a bomb was delivered to Ukrainian Embassy in Madrid earlier in the week. That parcel was addressed to the ambassador but was opened by an embassy worker outside in the garden.
Instalaza have been manufacturing military and infantry equipment since 1943 and currently produce sights, grenade launches and anti-tank equipment. Extremely lightweight, the equipment is easily carried making it ideal for use in the field.
With a second letter bomb having been delivered in Spain, Police have stepped up their warning to Correos (the post office), couriers and companies that have links with or who supply military equipment to Ukraine, to be vigilant.
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Originally from South Africa, Peter is based on the Costa Blanca and is a web reporter for the Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news.
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