Interior Secretary Mar Roxas said Saturday that so far, initial investigation showed no indication that Friday night’s blast at a condominium unit in Two Serendra in Taguig was caused by a bomb.Roxas said that three teams of bomb-sniffing dogs combed through the blast site and did not find any traces of fumes or residue usually found in bombs.
“The dogs did not give indication that there were traces of a bomb or explosives,” he said during a press briefing held near the blast site. He added that so far no triggering device has been found either, even as he reiterated his appeal for the public to refrain from speculating.
Roxas clarified that the cause of the explosion was still being determined and that investigators are not ruling out anything at this point as they were still studying forensic evidence. He labeled the absence of bomb residue and a triggering device as “significant but not determinant”.
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