QUIBDÓ, Colombia – The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) is being blamed for a grenade attack at a supermarket that injured 18 people in the city of Quibdó in the department of Chocó on May 30, officials said.

The grenade was thrown into a busy area by two men on a motorcycle who sped away, according to the Colombian daily El País.

The attack is being attributed to the FARC’s 54th or 34th Front.

Sources:  El País (Colombia); El Espectador (Colombia)