A team of police officers survived a grenade attack here Monday night after two men lobbed the explosive at 7:15 p.m.
Chief Inspector Ronnie Cordero, Kabacan town police chief, said nobody was hurt in the blast.
"Our troops were taking their dinner when the grenade exploded just outside the police outpost," Cordero said.
Two men riding tandem on motorbike was seen passing by the roadside detachment located at the corner of
Miracle Street and Sunset Drive when one
of the suspects tossed the explosive then sped away, Cordero said.
"Luckily, no one from the PNP was hurt in the attack," Cordero said in a radio interview.
The town police chief believed the attack was a retaliation to the intensified anti-illegal drugs drive in town which led to the arrest of drug peddlers.