Rochdale man charged after explosive device thrown into a car in Bolton
Date published: 23 September 2019
A Rochdale man has been charged following a police investigation into an incident which saw an improvised explosive device thrown into a car in Bolton.
Hamid Luqman, 31, has been charged with possession with intent to supply a Class B substance, money laundering and participating in the criminal activities of an organised crime group.
He appeared before Manchester Magistrates Court on Friday (20 September), where he was remanded to appear before Bolton Crown Court on 4 October.
The original incident that detectives are investigating took place on Castle Street on Tuesday 23 July 2019 and saw an improvised explosive device thrown into a BMW car.
Nobody was injured during the incident.
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