Six people suspected to have carried out the Cali car bombing that killed four and wounded 26 last week were captured Wednesday morning.
Authorities believe the car bomb, which on September 1 tore into
Cali’s Palace of Justice and several surrounding buildings in the
center of the city, was assembled at the house.
The house had been sold less than a month before for 30 million pesos, according to the radio report.
The apprehensions follow the arrests of professor Elkin Arturo
Rendón and Mariluz Garcés Figueroa, believed to be members of FARC
militias, on suspicion of involvement in the bombing.