Extensive material damage was not only caused to the building, but also to other adjacent areas, including the Piraeus tax office, a branch, a hotel and offices
A strong explosion took place shortly before midnight at the intersection of the Fillellon and Notaras streets in Piraeus.
According to eyewitnesses, a car stopped just before the explosion at a given moment, someone drove away, left something at the entrance of the building and then returned to the car, which was removed at high speed.
There was an explosion that caused extensive material damage not only to the building but also to other adjacent areas, including the Piraeus office, a branch, a hotel and offices. Damage was also caused to parked cars.
In the building where the unknown was found to leave the suspicious object, is the office of lawyer Gregory Timaene, who deals with matters related to the Law of the Sea, since he is an arbitrator in arbitration from the Greek Chamber of Commerce and the International Chamber of Commerce.
Police forces immediately blocked the area and began to investigate the attack.