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Malmö driving school hit by blast: 'We want to know why this happened'

The front doors to the driving school were completely destroyed. Photo: Richard Orange/The Local

Published: 24.Apr.2019 10:58 hrs

The owner of the Malmö driving school badly damaged by an explosion on Tuesday night has told The Local he has not been subject to any extortion requests and knows of no reason why his business would be a target.

"I've got no idea why. Perhaps you can tell me," Jörgen Rodian, owner of Erikssons Trafikskola, told The Local, as he worked to tidy up the smashed door and windows at the school's entrance on Malmö's Nobeltorget Square. 
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