TUMACO, Colombia (UPI) — Three explosive devices, one targeting a police station, detonated Thursday in Tumarco in southwestern Colombia, police said.
Whether there were injuries or deaths wasn’t reported.
The third blast apparently was directed against an anti-narcotics unit of the Colombian army, officials said.
Authorities were working to determine who was responsible for the attacks.
Colombia Reports said Tumaco is considered a strategic city for drug traffickers because of its location near some of the country’s main coca-growing areas and Pacific Ocean.