Another Polish shop attacked in the Netherlands

Another Polish shop has been attacked in the Netherlands, according to a Dutch media report.

An explosive device was thrown into the shop in the central town of Lelystad, causing a fire, the daily De Telegraaf wrote on Monday. A police investigation is currently underway.

The incident follows similar attacks in the towns of Aalsmeer, Heeswijk-Dinther, Beverwijk and Tilburg earlier this year and late last year.

Dutch police have set up a special team to investigate whether the incidents are connected.

In early June, four people suspected of planting explosives in Polish stores were arrested.