Alleged rebels of the FARC destroyed a police station during an attack on a town in the south of Colombia Saturday.
According to reports, two policemen were injured in the attack that destroyed most of the police station and damaged some 30 homes in the vicinity of the building.
The local police commander blamed the FARC for the bomb attack.
The Puerto Asis attack is the second on a police station in the southern Putumayo department this month.
While the FARC is engaged in peace talks with the administration of President Juan Manuel Santos, violence between the warring parties continues.