Footage released of Amsterdam hand grenade throwers

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The police released footage of the detonation of a hand grenade at a liquor store in Amsterdam Zuidoost, and a shooting and hand grenade being thrown at a home in Diemen. Investigators believe that the two incidents may be connected, AT5 reports.

The incident at the liquor store on Karspeldreef The footage shows that the suspect went through a lot of trouble to break the store's window. He first threw a manhole cover at the window, and then switched to a hand grenade. The suspect visibility struggled to get the pin out of the hand grenade. The man was wearing a black rain suit with hood, a black cap, black gloves an black shoes at the time. 

During the early hours of June 29th, a. Surveillance camera footage shows two men at the home at around 3:15 a.m. One of them fired multiple shots at the home. The other threw a grenade at the house. Both men then fled. The grenade did not detonate. The man who shot at the house was had something dark covering his face, wore a slightly lighter jacket with a hood, pants and dark shoes. The grenade thrower was wearing light face covering, a dark hooded vest, lighter trousers with a reflective surface on the left thigh, and dark shoes. 

The police are also looking for a man suspected of watching one of the victims in the above-mentioned incidents. This man has tanned skin, a normal posture, long dark hair and a beard, and is between 20 and 30 years old.