A grenade explosion at Checkpoint, a busy joint in Buea, damaged three vehicles and injured a man this Monday morning.
A witness says a man, whose face was masked, dropped the grenade infront of the Molyko Omnisport Stadium and disappeared before police could reach the scene.
One person was injured on the leg and the windscreens of three vehicles were destroyed by pressure from the explosion.
It is unclear whether the attacker was targeting a group of people who usually do sports around the area every morning.
The incident is the second in Buea within three weeks after a previous explosion, on November 11, damaged vehicles at a garage beside a Total Fuel station in Molyko.
The town has been gradually recovering from Monday ghost towns imposed by separatists since 2017.
By September 2019, ghost towns and lockdowns in the Anglophone regions caused the loss of 30% of total working hours, according to GICAM, with formal businesses in the regions losing over FCFA 40 billion due to the crisis.