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The investigation into the attack on September 8 led to the determination of the detainee’s relationship with other bombs.

The Chilean authorities arrested the suspect of planting the bomb that exploded on September 8 in a Santiago Metro station early Thursday morning and left 14 injured. They also arrested two other people, as accomplices.

The detainee is also credited with placing other artifacts in the Chilean capital and is linked to anarchist cells, according to local media.

The man was arrested after 2:30 a.m. (local time), in the La Pintana commune, by order of the chief prosecutor for Organized Crime, Héctor Barros, and the dedicated prosecutor Christián Toledo.

According to government sources, the investigation into the attack that occurred in a commercial gallery of the Escuela Militar metro station on September 8 led to the determination of the relationship of the arrested person with the planting of the bomb that exploded on July 12 in a subway car in Santiago