Four people were killed and one seriously injured Monday when a group of hooded men threw grenades and fired guns in a town in the southwest of Colombia.
The attack took place during Monday’s national holiday, on the banks of the river Bolo, in the department of Valle del Cauca.
The unidentified criminals allegedly arrived by boat on the river Bolo, when they suddenly set off four grenades and began shooting indiscriminately, according to a report by Caracol Radio.
The severity of the attack left three people dead at the scene, with one person rushed to hospital only to die later in the day.
According to a report by Radio Santa Fe, one of the people killed in the attack was a child of four years old.
Authorities said to have no idea on the identity of the perpetrators.