Mr Wingfield, who nearly lost an eye, said: There were three letters, two for my son and one addressed to the old company. I gave my wife the two for my son and the other one . . . bang. On Monday a woman was injured by a bomb at the offices of Capita, which runs Londons congestion charge system.
All the other targets seem to have been companies a disgruntled motorist had a grudge against, maybe this security company were wheel clampers or something like that. If all these bombs had a Cambridgeshire post mark it shouldn't be too hard to track this mental down.
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