Three Polish stores rocked by explosions in the Netherlands

The Polish supermarkets were hit with explosions, but owned by an Iraqi migrant who has his own theories about the explosions

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The Polish foreign ministry has called on Dutch authorities to start an urgent investigation into a mysterious spate of explosions in Polish shops in the Netherlands
“As a result of the explosions in Polish shops in the Netherlands, we have passed on our expression of concern to the embassy of this country, and expect a detailed and urgent investigation into the matter, as well an assurance of the safety of Polish citizens,” Szymon Szynkowski vel Sek, the deputy foreign minister, wrote on Twitter.
“Our consular services in the Netherlands are in contact with local authorities,” he added.
An explosion on Wednesday morning damaged a Polish supermarket in the Beverhof shopping center in Beverwisk. No injuries were reported. That blast followed explosions at two other Polish shops on Tuesday in Aalmer and Heeswijk-Dinther in North Brabantia. There were no casualties. AP Images Police are investigating the blasts and have not revealed a possible motive and appealed for witnesses. All three damaged stores are called Biedronka, but they are not part of the large chain of budget stores of the same name in Poland.
Police are investigating the blasts and have not revealed a possible motive. Authorities are urging any witnesses to come forward. Two of the stores are owned by an Iraqi footballer Mohammad Mahmoed. The owner said he felt that the incidents may be linked to envy and resentment.


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