Suspicious package sent to Deutsche Bank CEO

New York authorities are on alert after a suspicious package was sent to Deutsche Bank's CEO in Frankfurt

8th December, 2011
Suspicious package sent to Deutsche Bank CEO
Josef Ackermann

Deutsche Bank has apparently been targeted by terrorists once again.

Its chief executive Josef Ackermann was the intended recipient of a potentially explosive package that was intercepted yesterday at the bank's headquarters in Frankfurt, writes Bloomberg news.

The delivery contained powder that may have exploded if triggered, Alexander Kiessling, a spokesman for the Frankfurt Police, said. He said the substance couldn’t be considered “military grade.”

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