A North Sumatra police spokesman said that, 6 people were injured after a suicide bombing was supposedly done by unknown persons at a police station in Indonesian city of Medan in North Sumatra region on Wednesday at around 8:40 a.m. local time.
Prasetyo said four police officers and two civilians, one of whom was a police employee, were wounded by the blast in a auto park at Medan police headquarters shortly before 9:00 a.m. (0200 GMT).
Television footage showed people running out of the police station and black smoke billowing from a burnt auto.
In recent years, Islamic radicals, some tied to the Islamic State-inspired militant group Jamaah Ansharut Daulah (JAD), have targeted police in a series of attacks.
"Perpetrators and terrorist groups will be chased, captured and brought to justice by our law", Fadjroel Rahman, a spokesman for President Joko Widodo said in a statement, cited by media.
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The suicide bombing was the second militant attack since October 10, when two people armed with knives stabbed and wounded then security minister Wiranto and two other people.
"Yes, it is suspected to be a suicide bombing".
The attackers were identified as members of Jamaah Ansharut Daulah (JAD), an extremist network loyal to IS and responsible for several previous attacks - including deadly suicide bombings at several churches in Surabaya a year ago.
National police spokesman Dedi Prasetyo said the blast happened in a vehicle park near an area where people were queueing for clearance letters from police.
The 24-year old, who the police said was a lone wolf, detonated the bomb in the parking lot of the police headquarters.