Two separate weekend road attacks from alleged FARC rebels have left police and civilians injured and caused damage to vehicles.
The most damaging attack came in northern Norte de Santander Department, where a bomb at a police checkpoint in the town of Ocaña left ten police officers and four civilians wounded, according to weekly Semana.
The bomb blast apparently also caused significant structural damage to nearby buildings and followed weeks of intimidating pamphlets appearing which threatened violence against residents and security forces.
The number of vehicles involved was not confirmed, however reports indicate that the incident was carried out by just six guerrillas. Security forces were deployed to the area, but no engagement with rebel units was reported, according to the Latin American Herald Tribune.