Greek businessman Theodoros Savvaidis became the target of a group of unknown assailants who bombed his home in Vouliagmeni, near Athens, at 11:35 pm on Monday, August 3.
According to the Greek newspaper Proto Thema, the initial reports claimed that two people driving in a van passed in front of Savvaidis’ house and threw an explosive device, which detonated, shaking the surrounding areas.
The house belongs to liquid fuel trader Theodoros Savvaidis and this is the second time that it has been under attack as another group of unknown assailants had invaded the Greek businessman’s home, in 2013, causing him several injuries.
As of Tuesday, August 4, no injuries were reported due to the blast, while an explosive devices neutralization unit team rushed to investigate the site.
Meanwhile, police have launched a manhunt to arrest the bombers, since Vouliagmeni is considered a high risk area, given that the Greek Defense Minister, lives only a few blocks from Savvaidis’ home.
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