Two men killed in car bombing in NSW
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Two men were killed in a car bombing near the CBD in Sydney’s north-west overnight, police said.
Key points:The blast occurred at about 3:15pm (AEDT) at a garage in the suburb of EastleighThe men, aged 29 and 32, were not wearing body armourPolice say it is unclear whether the men were connected to a terrorist groupThe explosion occurred at a car dealership near the city’s CBD, about 400 metres (yards) from where a second car bombing was reported earlier this month, police say.
The men were not identified by police.
“It appears they were both in their early 30s and were both wearing body-worn cameras, and both had explosive vests on,” Detective Senior Sergeant Mark O’Neill said.
“They also both appeared to be wearing masks.”
We’re not sure whether they were connected, but at this stage, we have no information to suggest that they were.
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