Copenhagen, Aug 10: An explosion occurred at a police station in Denmark's capital Copenhagen on Saturday, media reports said.
"The building was damaged but no-one was injured in the incident early on Saturday, which took place just outside the city centre," reported BBC.
This is the second explosion reported from the city this week.
A powerful explosion hit outside the national tax agency on Tuesday.
It is not clear whether the two incidents are linked.
Police say they are looking for a man who was seen fleeing the scene of the police station blast, who was wearing dark clothing and white shoes, reported BBC.
"This was not an accident, but a deliberate act," Chief Police Inspector Jorgen Bergen Skov was quoted as saying by BBC, adding that while the investigation was still under way, nothing suggested it was terror-related.
"These were attacks against buildings, not people," he said. "But it is too early to say anything about the motive."
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