Wounded in explosion at Lidl headquarters in Germany

In the event of an explosion at the headquarters of the German supermarket giant Lidl, three were injured. According to the police, a bomb in a letter or a package exploded at the front desk. No one is in mortal danger.

A large part of the area around the office in Neckarsulm, near Heilbronn, was deposed by the police. A helicopter was also deployed. The building was searched with search dogs, but no other suspicious materials were found.

Yesterday, there was also an explosion at a factory owned by food producer Wild in Eppelheim, about 50 kilometres west of Neckarsulm. In addition, one injured person fell. Presumably a package exploded there.

Its not clear whether both explosions are related to each other. The police are also investigating the motives of the perpetrator.