"Several people have been injured after a detonation at a villa in Strängnäs. Police are investigating the incident as attempted murder."
"the Alarm if a detonation came to the police at 01.18 the night to Wednesday. Several people in different ages have been in the villa in Strängnäs and all the plaintiff is taken to the hospital by ambulance."
"– It seemed to not be life-threatening injuries, " said Mikael Ehne, the duty officer at the police, to the TT."
"In connection with the explosion shall windows of the villa have been damaged and the site is now cordoned pending a technical examination."
"It's difficult to say now how extensive the damage is, we don't want to go into and move before the technologies are made its investigation," said Mikael Ehne."
"An investigation into the attempted murder is ongoing but the police still have no suspect for the crime."
"– It is absolutely a serious event. It is the data that we have received and observations on the spot, which means that we have reason to assume that it can move about an assassination attempt, " said Mikael Ehne."
"TT: Have other reason to be concerned about?"
" No, I don't think so."
"A deck devastated in connection with a villaexplosion. Two people are in the house, but no serious damage. The event can be classified as attempted murder."
"Early in the fredagsnatten occurs an explosion outside a restaurant in Märsta, north of Stockholm. The entrance door is destroyed, but the explosion does not lead to any more damage. No one comes to harm."
"Any kind of explosives explodes on a street in the district of Vinsta in the west of Stockholm. The explosion, which occurs in an industrial area, causing damage to several buildings and five people may see your doctor. The police initiates an investigation on the rough allmänfarlig desolation."
"the window Panes broken, and the entrance is destroyed in connection with an explosion at a nightclub at Stortorget in central Malmö. The police suspect that something more powerful than a firework is used. No one comes to harm."