Police in Denmark say they are searching at least two people suspected of attacking the Turkish embassy in Copenhagen with firebombs.
Henrik Moll, head of Copenhagen police, told reporters Monday that no one was injured in the early morning attack that caused minor damage to the exterior of the embassy building.
He said patrolling police officers partly witnessed the incident and saw two people fleeing from the scene.
A criminal investigation has been launched into the matter, according to the Associated Press.
Danish media reported the bombs were apparently Molotov cocktails.
It is yet unclear whether the embassy attacks are reprisals by supporters of Kurdish YPg rebels in Syria