A grenade attack in the northeast of Colombia’s capital Bogota Wednesday left four injured and damaged several shops.
According to local media, the grenade was thrown by men on a motorcycle on the corner of calle 95 with carrera 15, in the north of the capital.
Defense Minister Juan Carlos Pinzon condemned the attack and said that police would follow every lead to capture those responsible for the attack.
“Luckily the explosive was of low impact. There are only broken windows and four people hurt, fortunately only mildly,” said Pinzon.
Bogota police are analyzing camera footage in an attempt to identify the perpetrators. Authorities made no announcement on possible suspects or suspected armed groups of the attack.