Belgian police have arrested five suspects after a blast on Monday at the country's national crime lab just north of Brussels caused major damage but no casualties, prosecutors said.
They said there was no immediate reason to believe there was any terror link -- Belgium is still on high alert after deadly Islamic State-claimed attacks in March -- and it could easily be a case of criminals trying to destroy evidence.Press reports say a car was rammed through the gates and into the building which was set on fire, leading to several explosions in the lab.
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