Letter Bomb Explodes in U.K.’s Wokingham, Two Injured (Update2)

Feb. 6 (Bloomberg) — A letter bomb exploded and injured two people at the offices of Vantis Plc in Wokingham in the central English county of Berkshire.

“I can confirm we have had a small explosion and two people are slightly injured,” said Alistair Peck, a spokesman for Vantis which is an accounting, business and tax advisory group, according to its Web site.

An earlier letter bomb went off in London yesterday at the offices of Capita Group Plc, the company which operates the capital’s congestion charging system. Vantis is involved in collecting speeding fines, Sky News reported.


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